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eBook Analog Science Fiction and Fact, April 2001 (Volume CXXI, No. 4) download ISBN: 0202801047
Author: Stanley Schmidt
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Four-weekly intervals from January 4 through March 29. No April issue; then May to December, with an additional Mid-September issue.

Stanley Schmidt is an American science fiction author.

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CXXI No. 4. Cover art supplied by Galactic Central. Contents (view Concise Listing).

Cover: Analog Science Fiction and Fact, April 2001 by David Egge. CXXI No. 4, Beliefs and Believers, , essay by Stanley Schmidt. 10, May Be Some Time, , novella by Brenda W. Clough.

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Are you writing science or science fiction? Is this a thesis or compelling imagery? Schmidt pointed out that certain people write in to the publisher when the hard facts are shaky, but remember that these are guys portrayed by the "comic book guy" in The Simpsons

Are you writing science or science fiction? Is this a thesis or compelling imagery? Schmidt pointed out that certain people write in to the publisher when the hard facts are shaky, but remember that these are guys portrayed by the "comic book guy" in The Simpsons

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NOVELLA: . . May Be Some Time [Brenda W. Clough]; NOVELETTES: . . Talking Monkeys [Rob Chilson]; . . The Rise and Fall of Paco Cohen and the Mariachis of Mars [Ernest Hogan]; . . Pressure Gradient [Pete D. Manison]; SHORT STORIES: . . What Weena Knew [James Van Pelt]; . . The Wanderlust [Brian C. Coad]; ARTICLES: . . How Mt. St. Helens Blasted Conventional Scientific Wisdom [Richard A. Lovett, Ph.D. ]; . . Odds and Ends #2 [Jeffery D. Kooistra]; . . Biolog: James Van Pelt [Jay Kay Klein]; . . Beliefs and Believers [Stanley Schmidt]