4 • Checklists • [Editorial (Analog)] • essay through Trevor Quachri
• eight • track to Me • [Floyd and Brittney] • novella by way of Richard A. Lovett
• forty • lights Up the mind: using Electromagnetic Radiation to Stimulate Neurons • [Science truth (Analog)] • essay through Kyle Kirkland
• forty nine • not anything to worry • poem via Kate Gladstone
• forty nine • Nothing to worry • inside paintings through uncredited
• 50 • Mousunderstanding • shortstory by means of Carl Frederick
• 50 • Mousunderstanding • inside art via Joshua Meehan
• sixty one • Wine, girls, and Stars • shortstory through Thoraiya Dyer
• 70 • this is often As I desire to Be Restored • shortstory by means of Christie Yant
• seventy three • In instances to return (Analog, January-February 2014) • [In occasions to return (Analog)] • essay by means of uncredited
• seventy four • Product remembers • poem through Mary A. Turzillo
• seventy five • Product remembers • inside paintings through uncredited
• seventy six • The Tansy Tree • novelette by means of Rob Chilson
• seventy six • The Tansy Tree • inside paintings by way of Zelda Devon
• ninety one • the matter with Reproducible insects • shortstory via Marie DesJardin
• ninety six • similar to Grandma Used to Make • shortstory via Brenta Blevins
• ninety eight • Racing Prejudice • shortstory by way of John Frye, III
• a hundred • On Investigating Heretical Gizmos • [The trade View] • essay through Jeffery D. Kooistra
• 103 • Technological Plateau • shortstory by way of Michael Turton
• a hundred and ten • This Quiet dirt • shortstory by means of Karl Bunker
• a hundred and ten • This Quiet dirt • inside art through Kurt Huggins
• one hundred twenty • made up our minds Spirits • novelette by way of gray Rollins
• 132 • Lockstep (Part 2 of four) • serial by way of Karl Schroeder
• 132 • Lockstep • inside art through Mark Evans
• one hundred eighty • The Reference Library (Analog, January-February 2014) • [The Reference Library] • essay via Don Sakers
• 181 • overview: Mars, Inc.: The Billionaire's membership through Ben Bova • assessment by way of Don Sakers
• 182 • evaluation: Ghost Spin through Chris Moriarty • evaluate via Don Sakers
• 182 • overview: at the Razor's part through Michael Flynn • assessment through Don Sakers
• 183 • evaluation: Transcendental by way of James Gunn • overview through Don Sakers
• 183 • assessment: John Carter and the Gods of Hollywood via Michael D. • assessment via Don Sakers
• 184 • Brass Tacks (Analog, January-February 2014) • [Brass Tacks] • essay through a number of
• 184 • Letter: the writer Responds ... (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay by means of Haris A. Durrani
• 186 • Letter (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay by means of Rick Norwood
• 187 • 2013 Index (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay through uncredited
• one hundred ninety • It's Anlab Time back (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay through uncredited
• 192 • Upcoming occasions (Analog, January-February 2014) • [Upcoming occasions] • essay by way of Anthony R. Lewis [as by way of Anthony Lewis ]
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She was on her hind legs, her paws pressed against the window. ” “Hey! I said shut up! ” “WOOF! WOOF! ” “Shut up! Shut up! Shut! ” This debate went on for longer than I care to admit, and the dog won. I got out and leaned my seat forward so she could jump into the back. She sniffed around John and then barked at me again, the sound deafening in the enclosed space. I considered telling her to shut up again, but my eye was drawn to her jingling collar and the little metal tag there. I’m Molly. Please return me to...
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Something make her nervous about this dog? You and me both, honey. “No,” she said, looking at her shoes. ” She didn’t answer. “I mean, there’s no car here. Doesn’t he drive a Jeep or something? ” She looked over, then said, “We have a gun in the house. ” “I—what? No. ” “He just went down the street. ” “Dammit, I’m not gonna attack you. ” Long pause. ” Oh, shit, look at her. She’s scared senseless. “Just outside of town, right? ” “No. ” She didn’t answer. She wiped at one of her eyes. “The dog,” I said.
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