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    Wikipedia is featuring The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction today (May 15) and we’re happy to join the celebration!

    Today only, the current issue (featuring Shannon Connor Winward, Richard Bowes, Matthew Hughes, R. S. Benedict, Brian Trent, Kelly Jennings, Gregor Hartmann, Zach Shepard, John Schoffstall, Leah Cypess, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Mary Soon Lee, Charles de Lint, Elizabeth Hand, Paul Di Filippo, Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty, and David J. Skal) is 50% off and a subscription is 25% off.

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    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – November/December 2016 cover - click to view full sizeSharp-eyed* readers might have noticed that a huge new addition to Weightless: as of the current November/December issue, we are now selling DRM-free single issues and subscriptions to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Single issues are currently $7.99 and six-issue subscriptions are a great deal at $29.97 and both are available in DRM-free mobi, epub, and pdf formats.

    The current issue table of contents is below and shows the great range of stories. There are links below to the nonfiction, all of which is included in the magazine, of course:

    The Cat Bell Esther M. Friesner
    The Farmboy Albert E. Cowdrey
    The Vindicator Matthew Hughes
    Passelande Robert Reed
    Between Going and Staying Lilliam Rivera
    The Place of Bones Gardner Dozois
    Lord Elgin at the Acropolis Minsoo Kang
    Special Collections Kurt Fawver
    A Fine Balance Charlotte Ashley
    The Rhythm Man James Beamon
    Merry Christmas from All of Us to All of You Sandra Mcdonald
    Books to Look For Charles de Lint
    Books Chris Moriarty
    Films: Getting High David J. Skal
    Competition #92
    Coming Attractions
    Index to Volumes 130 & 131
    Curiosities Graham Andrews

    CARTOONS: Arthur Masear (3), Bill Long (2), Nick Downes (3), S. Harris.
    COVER by Kristin Kest for “The Cat Bell”
    * Ouch!