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We’re excited to be publishing a lovely new novella by Paul J. McAuley in Asimov’s March/April 2023 issue! “Gravesend, or, Everyday Life in the Anthropocene” transports us to a future Britain where a young woman comes of age while coping with the effects of climate change. It’s a lyrical and imaginative tale that is not to be missed. 


In “The Case of the Blood-Stained Tower,” Ray Nayler provides us with another lyrical tale, this time in the deep and mysterious past; Greg Egan considers the benefits and costs of “Night Running”; Octavia Cade enthralls us with a post apocalyptic  tale about a ghost and “Ernestine”; Sam J. Miller’s poignant story lets us know what it means to be “Planetstuck”; Gregory Feeley composes a mad song about “The Breaking of Vessels”; Sheila Finch exposes some “Wanton Gods”: a  dangerous situ­ation confronts a technician in “The Repair” by new author Mark D. Jacobsen; an equally dire situation occurs on K.A. Teryna’s generation spaceship “The Errata”; Paul Di Filippo & Bruce Sterling introduce us to “The Queen of Rhode Island”; and Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s researcher uncovers more than one painful truth while investigating “The Nameless Dead.”


Robert Silverberg’s Reflections again investigates a hoax—in this case “The Kensington Stone”; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net dis­cusses the unlikelihood of “Resurrections”; and Peter Heck’s On Books reviews works by Charles Stross, Harry Turtledove, Jane Lindskold, Mercedes Lackey, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, and others. Plus we’ll have an array of poetry you’re sure to enjoy. 

Look for our March/April 2023 issue on sale at newsstands on February 14, 20232. Or subscribe to Asimov’s Science Fiction in print or in a wide variety of digital formats.

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