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4 • Push • novelette by Richard Cornell 34 • Books (F&SF, January 1991) • [Books (F&SF)] • essay by Algis Budrys 34 •   Review: Kent Montana and the Really Ugly Thing from Mars by Lionel Fenn • review by Algis Budrys 35 •   Review: Pockets of Resistance by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 37 •   Review: The Hell-Bound Train by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 40 • She 4 • Push • novelette by Richard Cornell 34 • Books (F&SF, January 1991) • [Books (F&SF)] • essay by Algis Budrys 34 •   Review: Kent Montana and the Really Ugly Thing from Mars by Lionel Fenn • review by Algis Budrys 35 •   Review: Pockets of Resistance by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 37 •   Review: The Hell-Bound Train by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 40 • She Could Look It Up • short story by Deborah Wessell 51 • Buffalo • short story by John Kessel 69 • Fair-Weather Fiend • [Kedrigern] • novelette by John Morressy 88 •  Cartoon: "Howdy. UPS. Here's a package from your future grandson. I think it's a bomb, but don't worry. It'll never work. Sign here, please." • interior artwork by Mark Heath 89 • Papa's Gone A-Hunting • short story by Madeleine E. Robins 104 • In Which the Good Ship Coat-Tail-Ride Sinks, Abandoning Hundreds in Treacherous Waters • [Harlan Ellison's Watching] • essay by Harlan Ellison 118 • Rivering • short story by Elizabeth Engstrom 127 • The Illusion of Motion • [Asimov's Essays: F&SF] • essay by Isaac Asimov 138 • When Jesus Came to the Moon for Christmas • novelette by David Redd 158 •  Cartoon: "Left to right: Back row: Marley, Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. Front row: Hamlet's father, Banquo, Elvira, Georgie and Headless Horseman." • interior artwork by Henry Martin 162 •  Cartoon: no caption • interior artwork by Joseph Farris


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4 • Push • novelette by Richard Cornell 34 • Books (F&SF, January 1991) • [Books (F&SF)] • essay by Algis Budrys 34 •   Review: Kent Montana and the Really Ugly Thing from Mars by Lionel Fenn • review by Algis Budrys 35 •   Review: Pockets of Resistance by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 37 •   Review: The Hell-Bound Train by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 40 • She 4 • Push • novelette by Richard Cornell 34 • Books (F&SF, January 1991) • [Books (F&SF)] • essay by Algis Budrys 34 •   Review: Kent Montana and the Really Ugly Thing from Mars by Lionel Fenn • review by Algis Budrys 35 •   Review: Pockets of Resistance by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 37 •   Review: The Hell-Bound Train by Will Sundown • review by Algis Budrys 40 • She Could Look It Up • short story by Deborah Wessell 51 • Buffalo • short story by John Kessel 69 • Fair-Weather Fiend • [Kedrigern] • novelette by John Morressy 88 •  Cartoon: "Howdy. UPS. Here's a package from your future grandson. I think it's a bomb, but don't worry. It'll never work. Sign here, please." • interior artwork by Mark Heath 89 • Papa's Gone A-Hunting • short story by Madeleine E. Robins 104 • In Which the Good Ship Coat-Tail-Ride Sinks, Abandoning Hundreds in Treacherous Waters • [Harlan Ellison's Watching] • essay by Harlan Ellison 118 • Rivering • short story by Elizabeth Engstrom 127 • The Illusion of Motion • [Asimov's Essays: F&SF] • essay by Isaac Asimov 138 • When Jesus Came to the Moon for Christmas • novelette by David Redd 158 •  Cartoon: "Left to right: Back row: Marley, Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. Front row: Hamlet's father, Banquo, Elvira, Georgie and Headless Horseman." • interior artwork by Henry Martin 162 •  Cartoon: no caption • interior artwork by Joseph Farris

21 review for The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 1991 (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, #476)

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Loyd

    4 • Push • 30 pages by Richard Cornell Good+. Toxic dumps and other environmental hazards are much too common. Arthur works at an insurance company. His boss wants to contest claims of cancer victims that live too close to a known danger. Meanwhile aliens have ships in orbit. 40 • She Could Look It Up • 11 pages by Deborah Wessell Very Good. Marian was a librarian and one day she started getting everything right. She instantly knew the answer to every question the patrons asked. 51 • Buffalo • 1 4 • Push • 30 pages by Richard Cornell Good+. Toxic dumps and other environmental hazards are much too common. Arthur works at an insurance company. His boss wants to contest claims of cancer victims that live too close to a known danger. Meanwhile aliens have ships in orbit. 40 • She Could Look It Up • 11 pages by Deborah Wessell Very Good. Marian was a librarian and one day she started getting everything right. She instantly knew the answer to every question the patrons asked. 51 • Buffalo • 18 pages by John Kessel OK/good. In 1934 avid scientifiction reader Kessel is working on a CCC project in Virginia. At the same time H.G. Wells is visiting the area advocating some social reforms. Kessel gets to meet Wells and life goes on. 69 • Fair-Weather Fiend • 20 pages by John Morressy Very Good. Kedrigern is summoned to break the spell that has taken King Tarpash's wits. Middry can't get married with his father acting like a fool, so there is some urgency. 89 • Papa's Gone a-Hunting • 15 pages by Madeline E. Robbins Good/VG. Janie's husband is on a two year space mission. Shortly after Tom left she miscarried their baby. She has started hallucinating, seeing the baby as if it had lived. 118 • Rivering • 9 pages by Elizabeth Engstrom Good. Margaret has gone rivering--finding the slivers that are the soul or similar of a dead person. While she is in the tedious process of rivering she starts contemplating what to do with the two slivers she is trying to catch for herself. 138 • When Jesus Came To the Moon for Christmas • 21 pages by David Redd OK/Good. Sarah is behind schedule trying to get her broadcast ready and it is only complicated by the appearance of Jesus.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bernard

  3. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ashby Albright

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ubikuberalles

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Engstrom

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Burns

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  9. 4 out of 5

    Leroy Erickson

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chloe

  11. 5 out of 5

    Steven

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tina

  13. 4 out of 5

    Michael Joseph Schumann

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michaela

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dax

  16. 4 out of 5

    Adrian Rozali

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ylilith

  18. 4 out of 5

    Justin

  19. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dante

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Crowl

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