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July/August 2016
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Coming Attractions

"THE THING ON THE SHELF" was a sneak preview of our next issue, which celebrates the works of David Gerrold. September marks the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek, a series for which the young Gerrold wrote "The Trouble With Tribbles." That would be a landmark moment in most careers, but for Gerrold it was just a launching point. He went on to invent the Sleestaks for Land of the Lost, created The War Against the Chtorr and Star Wolf series, and wrote a host of other screenplays, novels, and stories, including "The Martian Child," which first appeared in this magazine, winning the Hugo, Nebula, and Stoker Awards along the way.

In our September/October issue, we bring you not one, but two new David Gerrold novellas, a short memoir, and an essay about Gerrold by former F&SF editor Kristine Kathryn Rusch. And if that's not enough for you, we'll also include brand new stories by Peter Beagle, Leah Cypess, Lisa Mason, and Geoff Ryman, plus some surprises. It's our first Special Author issue since 2007 and we think you're going to like it.

We say it all the time, but it's still true—there's never been a better time to subscribe or renew your subscription. Don't miss a single great story in the months ahead!

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