Letter From The Editor - Issue 56 - April 2017

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Stories
Sweetly the Dragon Dreams
by David Farland
The Fort in Vermont
by David A. Simons
The Tile Setters
by Ami Chopine
A Heretic by Degrees
by Marie Brennan
The Absence of Stars
by Greg Siewert
Pi
by Mette Ivie Harrison
The Robot Sorcerer
by Eric James Stone
Tales for the Young and Unafraid
InterGalactic Medicine Show Interviews

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Interviews With The Fantastic
InterGalactic Interview With Harry Turtledove
    by Darrell Schweitzer

Harry Turtledove is the great master of the Alternate History story, which is now as firmly associated with him as robot stories were with Isaac Asimov. He published his first two novels under the pseudonym of Eric Iverson in 1979, but probably came to many readers' attention for the first time with the Basil Argyros series published in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, which later became the book Agent of Byzantium (1987), although he began to publish very prolifically immediately thereafter. He has won the Hugo award for the novella "Down in the Bottomlands" (1994). He has won the Sidewise Award twice for alternate history, for How Few Remain (1998) and Ruled Britannia (2003). He was even named an honorary Kentucky Colonel at Rivercon in Louisville KY in 1998. At this writing, his most recently published book is The Man With the Iron Heart.

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