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By Gav Thorpe

After his legion is decimated through the Istvaan touchdown and the preliminary battles of the Heresy Corax, Primarch of the Raven defend, returns to Terra. the following he makes an attempt to discover the way to repair his legion.

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CONTENT

Novelettes
"The Anomaly" by way of C. W. Johnson
"Humans First! " by means of Kyle Kirkland

Short Stories
"Dino Mate" by means of Rosemary Claire Smith
"Citizen of the Galaxy" via Evan Dicken
"Mammals" through David D. Levine
"Saboteur" by means of Ken Liu
"Twist of Coil" through Miki Dare
"Racing the Tide" by way of Craig DeLancey

Poems
"Crash" by means of John F. Keane

Science Fact
"Speared" via Tom Ligon, Stephanie Osborn, Arlan Andrews Sr

Departments
"Probability 0: All Too Human" by means of Paul Carlson
Guest Editorial: "A selection of Apocalypses" via Howard V. Hendrick
Alternate View: "Hacking the Genome Alphabet" by means of John G. Cramer
"Biolog: Rosemary Claire Smith" by way of Richard A. Lovettrtledove, Joe Haldeman and Ben Bova.

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Intense blue and purple sparks fizzed out of its tail, leaving a contrail of saffron smoke behind it. The tiny organic missile streaked past the stallion’s nose and skewered into the ground with a wet thud. Louise and Genevieve both reached out instinctively to pat and gentle the suddenly skittish stallion. Five more kittledoves were lined up on the pine’s branches, their twittering stilled. “In fact, I insist you stay,” the green man said, and smiled charmingly. “Let the girls go,” Carmitha told him calmly.

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Louise asked uncertainly. “Yes, my lady Louise. ” “King? ” Titreano slowly opened his eyes, revealing only sadness. ” “No. But our Mountbatten family are descended from British royalty. ” “So nobility has not yet been overthrown by darkness. ” Genevieve asked. ” Genevieve considered protesting about being called “little one,” but he didn’t seem to mean it in a nasty way. “Year 102 since settlement. But those are Norfolk years; they’re four Earth years long. ” “Twenty-six hundred and eleven years since Our Lord was born,” Titreano said in awe.

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