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John Richard Trtek’s exciting July/August 2024 novelette thrusts the charming Monsieur Picot into “The Sixteenth Circumstance,” while Stephen Case brings enthralling intrigue to the “Sisters of the Flare.” You’ll also find out why R. Garcia y Robertson’s adventurers are “Untouchable”! Don’t miss this issue!


Alex Irvine spins the boys of summer around the Solar System  in “You Know Me Al”; Mark D. Jacobsen attempts to lift “The Weight of Oceans”; Robert Morrell, Jr., who’s new to Asimov’s pens a wry novelette about “A Family Matter”; Genevieve Valentine, who’s also new to the magazine, depicts a terrifying New York City that’s “Future Perfect”; and our third new author, Ken Schneyer, portrays a shattering situation in “Tamaza’s Future and Mine.” A teen in our new tale from Leah Cypess discovers that her universe has been “Flipped”; Susan Palwick attempts to redeem a difficult and potentially deadly situation with “Yarns”; and James Van Pelt schools us in why it’s vitally important that “This Good Lesson Keep.”


Robert Silverberg’s Reflections investigates “The Vampires of Poland”; in On the Net, James Patrick Kelly spends time “Dancing About Architecture”; Peter Heck’s On Books considers works by Gregory Frost, Charles Stross, Karen Lorde, and others. Plus we’ll have an array of poetry you’re sure to enjoy.

You’ll find our July/August 2024 issue on sale at newsstands on June 11, 2024. Or subscribe to Asimov’s Science Fiction in print or in a wide variety of digital formats.

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