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the genre's premiere review magazine for short SF & Fantasy since 1993
The pages of Analog have been home to many of science fiction's foremost writers and stories. Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, Poul Anderson, Spider Robinson, Lois McMaster Bujold, and Michael F. Flynn are just a few of the prominent names which have often appeared here, and we have a long tradition of discovering and cultivating new talent.
In 2017 Analog switched from a monthly publication to 6 bi-monthly issues. Reviews beginning with the Jan/Feb 2017 issue can now be found at the Print/Bi-monthly section on our front page.

Editor: Trevor Quachri
Circulation Manager: Sandy Marlowe 
Publisher: Peter Kanter  
Associate Publisher: Christine Begley

Analog, July/Aug. 2006 Double-Issue

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Image“Kremer’s Limit” by C. Sanford Lowe and G. David Nordley
“Witherspin” by Alexis Glynn Latner
“The Keeper’s Maze” by Joe Schembrie
“Environmental Friendship Fossle” by Ian Stewart       
“String of Pearls” by Shane Tourtellote
“Total Loss” by James Hosek
“The Software Soul” by Brian Plante
“Willies” by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
“The Teller of Time” by Carl Frederick

Analog, June 2006

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“Puncher’s Chance” by James Grayson and Kathy Ferguson
“Original Sin” by Richard A. Lovett
“Preemption” by Charlie Rosenkranz
“The Door that Does not Close” by Carl Frederick

Analog, May 2006

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“The Scarlet Band” by Harry Turtledove
“Farmers in the Sky” by Rob Chilson
“Lazy Taekos” by Geoffrey A. Landis
“Slide Show” by Jerry Oltion

Analog, April 2006

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“Boundary Condition” by Wil McCarthy
“Lady Be Good” by John G. Hemry
“Numismatist” by Richard A. Lovett
“Nothing to Fear But” by Stephen L. Burns
“The Lowland Expedition” by Stephen Baxter
“Lighthouse” by Michael Shara & Jack McDevitt

Analog, March 2006

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“The Little White Nerves Went Last” by John Barnes
“Wasting Time” by Grey Rollins
“The Skeekit-Woogle Test” by Carl Frederick
“Wildlife” by Henry Melton
“Playhouse” by Larry Niven

Analog, January-February 2006

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“The Balance of Nature” by Lee Goodloe
“Dinosaur Blood” by Richard A. Lovett
“Mop-Up” by Grey Rollins
“Kamikaze Bugs” by Ekaterina Sedia and David Bartell
“Report on Ranzipal’s Plus-Dimension Carry-All” by Mark W. Tiedemann
“Written in Plaster” by Rajnar Vajra
“Change” by Julian Flood
“‘The Night Is Fine,’ The Walrus Said” by John Barnes

Analog, December 2005

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“Audubon in Atlantis” by Harry Turtledove
“A Christmas in Amber” by Scott William Carter 
“Hotel Security” by Carl Frederick
“The Slow Ones” by Larry Niven
“Do Neanderthals Know?” by Robert J. Howe

Analog, November 2005

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“Keeping Track” by Richard Foss
“911-Backup” by Richard A. Lovett
“The Case of the Contumacious Qubit” by Thomas R. Dulski  
“The Diversification of its Fancy” by John Barnes

Analog, October 2005

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“Language Lessons,” by Amy Bechtel
“The Doctrine of Noncontact,” by Catherine Shaffer
“The Wrong Side of the Planet,” by Joe Schembrie
“Infinity’s Friend,” by Dave Creek
“Smiling Faces in Hog Heaven,” by Stephen L. Burns
“The Time Pit,” by Stephen Baxter
“Zero Tolerance,” by Richard A. Lovett
“Entropy’s Girlfriend,” by Robert J. Howe


Analog, September 2005

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"Sanctuary" by Michael A. Burstein
"Search Engine" by Mary Rosenblum
"Take Me To Your Liederkranz" by Lawrence M. Schoen
"Breeding Maze" by Larry Niven
"The Speed of Understanding" by Carl Frederick
"The Best-Laid Plans" by Jerry Oltion
"Paradox & Greenblatt, Attorneys at Law" by Kevin J. Anderson
"Give Up the Ghost" by Grey Rollins
"Resonance" by Eric James Stone

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