You’ll find a riveting novella by Kristine Kathryn Rusch in our July/August 2023 issue. “Death Hole Bunker” is set in the author’s Diving universe. This thrilling tail will have you on edge from start to finish. The issue also features a new “Great Ship” novella from Robert Reed. “What>We>Will>Never>Be” is a love story, a mystery, and a relentless quest for justice.
ALSO IN JULY/AUGUST
Don’t miss Garth Nix’s exciting “Showdown on Planetoid Pencrux.” This novelette will be the well-known author’s first tale for Asimov’s. Other new to the magazine authors include Stephen Case, who intrigues us with a novelette about the “Daughters of the Lattice”; Sam W. Pisciotta, whose novelette startles us with “Morning Glory”; Rick Wilber’s collaborator on their poignant short story about “The Greeter,” Lisa Lanser Rose; and Barry N. Malzberg’s collaborator on correspondence about when to “Let the Games Begin,” Robert Friedman. James Van Pelt returns with a short story that asks “Have You Seen Bitsy?”; David Ebenbach’s short story takes a wry look at “Dark Horses”; Karawynn Long’s short story reveals why “Hope Is the Thing with Feathers;” Sean Monaghan’s novelette crosses some “Bridges”; Leslie What’s short story puts us on an erratic “Tilt”; and Sarah Pinsker charms us with a short tale that explains that when “My Sister Told Me to Write a Story About the Genetics of Inheritable Godhood,” she did.
OUR EXCITING FEATURES
Robert Silverberg’s Reflections column escorts us on a late-night trip through the “Dimensions”; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net looks “Wayback”; Peter Heck’s On Books reviews works by Annalee Newitz, Rebecca Roanhorse, Ray Nayler, Naomi Novik, Cadwell Turnbull, and others; plus we’ll have an array of poetry and additional features you’re sure to enjoy. Look for our July/August 2023 issue on sale at newsstands on June 13, 2023. Or subscribe to Asimov’s Science Fiction in print or in a wide variety of digital formats.