Asimov’s November/December 2022 brings us the stunning conclusion to The Court Martial of the Renegat Renegades by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Mysteries are revealed and enigmas are untangled in far-future halls of justice. In addition, Suzanne Palmer’s intense new novelette will have us “Falling off the Edge of the World.” Don’t miss either of these exciting tales!
ALSO IN NOVEMBER/DECEMBER
Michèle Laframboise lends a wistful holiday air to the issue with “I’ll Be Moon for Christmas”; Nick Wolven’s surreal story lets us know that “It’s Time to Wake UP!”; a race against time and bureaucracy unfolds in Ray Nayler’s “The Empty”; Michael Cassutt reveals a “Flicker” of truth; new to Asimov’s author Rajan Khanna conveys just how difficult communication can be “When the Signal Is the Noise”; James Maxey breaks our hearts on “Lonely Hill”; we get to spend an unforgettable “Forty-Eight Minutes at the Trainview Café” with M. Bennardo; transported to Cyprus by Nick Mamatas, we are “Drowned in the Sun”; and Tom Purdom conveys the consequences of “The Long Revenge of Chenda Sebalko.”
OUR EXCITING FEATURES
Robert Silverberg’s Reflections ponders “Temps Perdu”; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net experiments with a “Science Project”; and Kelly Jennings’s On Books considers the works of Nnedi Okorafor, E. Lily Yu, Benjamin Rosenbaum, and many others. Plus we’ll have an array of poetry you’re sure to enjoy. Our November/December 2022 issue is on sale at newsstands on October 18, 2022.