Book View Café Writers Featured in Analog

Analog Science Fiction & Fact, June 2013Two stories by Book View Café authors are featured in the just-released June issue of long-time SF-zine Analog Science Fiction and Fact.

In Hugo-winner David D. Levine’s short story “Wavefronts of History and Memory,” a radioarchaeologist explores her own past in a far-future, post-human story world.

Nebula-winner Linda Nagata returns to the world of her Nanotech Succession novels with “Out In The Dark,” in which a police officer in a nanotech-drenched future confronts the implications of draconian laws.

Analog is available in both print and ebooks versions. Find detailed information on the June issue here.



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