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Our November/December 2023 issue is bursting with fiction. We have two remarkable novellas stuffed into our pages. Dominica Phetteplace’s intense tale about “The Ghosts of Mars” tells the taut story of a lonely teen’s attempt to survive against all odds on the red planet. Kevin J. Anderson & Rick Wilber’s “Death of the Hind” furthers the nail-biting adventures of the characters who first appeared in their Readers’-Award-winning novelette “The Hind.” This time, the action takes place at the end of the journey. Don’t miss either story!


Paul McAuley escorts us to a very different Mars where soldiers confront dangerous raiders to secure the “Blade and Bone”; Ray Nayler tells the intriguing tale of “Berb by Berb”; Christopher Rowe reveals “The Last Four Things”; new author Prashanth Srivatsa makes it possible to “Meet-Your-Hero”; new author Marguerite Sheffer surreally describes “The Disgrace of the Commodore”; Frank Ward discloses what happens “In the Days After”; John Alfred Taylor wistfully reveals why “The Open Road Leads to the Used Car Lot”; Robert R. Chase takes us to sea to  explore “Neptune’s Acres”; and James Patrick Kelly presents us with a poignant “Embot’s Lament.”  


Robert Silverberg’s Reflections discusses “Homo Superior—Us”; in On the Net, James Patrick Kelly talks with “Chatty”; Kelly Jennings’s On Books considers works by Aliette de Bodard, T. Kingfisher, Mur Lafferty, Lois McMaster Bujold, and others. Plus we’ll have an array of poetry you’re sure to enjoy. Look for our November/December 2023 issue on sale at newsstands on October 17, 2023. Or subscribe to Asimov’s Science Fiction in print or in a wide variety of digital formats.

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