Analog Science Fiction and Fact (December 2014)

Analog technological know-how Fiction and truth, December 2014, quantity CXXXIV No. 12
Trevor Quachri, editor
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CONTENT

Novelettes
"The Anomaly" by means of C. W. Johnson
"Humans First!" via Kyle Kirkland

Short Stories
"Dino Mate" by way of Rosemary Claire Smith
"Citizen of the Galaxy" via Evan Dicken
"Mammals" by means of David D. Levine
"Saboteur" by means of Ken Liu
"Twist of Coil" by way of Miki Dare
"Racing the Tide" by way of Craig DeLancey

Poems
"Crash" by way of John F. Keane

Science Fact
"Speared" through Tom Ligon, Stephanie Osborn, Arlan Andrews Sr

Departments
"Probability 0: All Too Human" via Paul Carlson
Guest Editorial: "A collection of Apocalypses" by means of Howard V. Hendrick
Alternate View: "Hacking the Genome Alphabet" by way of John G. Cramer
"Biolog: Rosemary Claire Smith" via Richard A. Lovettrtledove, Joe Haldeman and Ben Bova.

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In Al Iskandariyah she would follow a security escort, depend­ ing upon them for her sense of location until she was fully ac­ climated into the structure of the Earth Government. Then the balance of power would shift so that she would only receive guidance if she asked for it. But Ko was already her place; on Ko, she led. If the guard thought she needed a wedge through the crowd, he would call for support and then wait until the way was clear before al­ SOLITAIRE 27 lowing her to proceed. But she never had a problem finding a path on Ko.

Jackal found herself with Jordie, Sawyer, the woman with the soft voice, and the woman in the wheel­ chair, who was called Ng Mai and who expertly steered them to a noodle café about a half-kilometer further inside the complex. “Well,” Jordie said when they had ordered their food and were all cradling cups of green tea. The sun shone warm on Jackal's back. She breathed in the smell of soy and onion that wafted through the swinging kitchen door. “Mm hmm,” Mai answered. “Instructive,” the other woman said, her voice even softer through the steam of the tea.

I was delayed by an administrative matter. Before we proceed, I want to let you know that unfortunately Mr. ” She scanned the room before she could stop herself, as if Sawyer might be there, eyebrows raised with the rest of them. “Jackal, Sawyer's project passes to you. ” Jackal nodded. Great, more work. She wasn't particularly thrilled with Sawyer right now, but she wished him well. Surely this was not the first time that someone had been re­ moved from a class. Sawyer was a pretty good facilitator, but he wasn't on the team, not really.

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