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the genre's premiere review magazine for short SF & Fantasy since 1993
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Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser I Presume?

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Never in SF/F history was there ever a pair of more beloved and honored roguish characters than Fritz Leiber's Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.
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Where is the Copyeditor?

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So Mickey Rooney has a brainstorm and says to his friends, "Hey! Let's put on a show!"

One of the other kids chimes in, "We can use my uncle's barn!"

And since the kid's uncle happens to be Busby Berkeley, the show turns out just as slick as a regular Hollywood production.

Unfortunately, none of Mickey's crowd had an uncle in the publishing biz.
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When Jesus Was A Woman

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"Jungle Doctor" by Robert F. Young
(originally published in Startling Stories, Fall, 1955)
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TO Classic: Days of Wonder - A Conversation with Andre Norton

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It was with great sadness that the SF community learned of the passing of Andre Norton this week. Tangent published "Days of Wonder - A Conversation with Andre Norton" in 1996, and we bring it back now as the first of our TO Classics.
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