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Fiction and features from editors, authors, and new issues of Analog Science Fiction & Fact, the longest continuously running science fiction magazine.

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Fiction and features from editors, authors, and new issues of Analog Science Fiction & Fact, the longest continuously running science fiction magazine.

    Expert Witness by Leonard Richardson

    Expert Witness by Leonard Richardson

    The elsp are a species of megafauna who have been driven to the brink of extinction by environmental threats and reluctance to reproduce. When a wave of petty crime takes over the elsp's sanctuary planet, law enforcement is quick to suspect sanctuary workers. But an intrepid scientist decides to investigate for herself, and finally figure out if the elsp are sentient after all. Here is “Expert Witness,” read and written by Leonard Richardson.

    • 20 min
    Mariposa de Hierro - Matt McHugh

    Mariposa de Hierro - Matt McHugh

    Rosalina has just begun working at a migrant camp with her parents when before long a swarm of small, bee-like machines starts following her wherever she goes, sparking a media sensation. Here is “Mariposa de Hierro” read and written by Matt McHugh. 

    • 37 min
    For Every Bee, a Hive - by Benjamin C. Kinney

    For Every Bee, a Hive - by Benjamin C. Kinney

    Tamar is on a mission to salvage usable technology from a space debris field. Her routine assignment turns dicey when her crew mates vanish, and a foreign AI appears on Tamar’s radar persistently trying to communicate. Here is  “For Every Bee, a Hive,” read and written by Benjamin C. Kinney.

    • 38 min
    The Eiffel Tower of Trappist-1d by Jeff Reynolds

    The Eiffel Tower of Trappist-1d by Jeff Reynolds

    With Earth long destroyed by war and ecological disaster, Ernie, Kate, and Harv are humans who have started new lives on a far-flung exoplanet. With scarce options for good food or money, the trio decides to embark on a project that may net them a little cash, and remind them of what life back home used to be like. This is “The Eiffel Tower of Trappist-1b,” read and written by Jeff Reynolds.

    • 47 min
    Fly Straight and Don't Get Eaten - by Vera Brook

    Fly Straight and Don't Get Eaten - by Vera Brook

    Before he goes away to college, all Noah wants to do is relax, play video games with his friends, and practice for an upcoming tournament. His mother, however, has a different plan for her son: She’s asked his aunt Meg—whom he hasn’t seen in ten years—to take him on a little camping trip. Reluctantly, Noah goes along, but soon finds that he may have more in common with his aunt than he thought. Here is “Fly Straight and Don’t Get Eaten,” read and written by Vera Brook.

    • 44 min
    The Carina Nebula by Kelsey Hutton

    The Carina Nebula by Kelsey Hutton

    Meadow is a curious teenager who has spent her entire life on a large space ship. She thirsts for adventure, or at least a break from her overbearing mother.One day, she meets an artist who is desperately trying to clean-up a spill of small, colorful beads—not an easy task in zero-g, and a serious violation of safety code that Meadow’s mom is eager to report.Will Meadow be able to protect her new acquaintance and learn about herself in the process? Find out in “The Carina Nebula,” read and written by Kelsey Hutton

    • 33 min

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