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A Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy
ISSUE 12: January 2015
Mike Resnick, Editor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Special tie-in with the movie "PREDESTINATION." Includes "All You Zombies-" by Robert A. Heinlein (short story the movies is based on), an interview with the Spierig Brothers (the Directors of the movie) and a special column on "All You Zombies-" and Robert A. Heinlein by Barry Malzberg.
Stories by: Robert T. Jeschonek, Gardner Dozois, Sandra M. Odell, Maureen McHugh, Ron Friedman, Robert A. Heinlein, Zaslow Crane, Jack McDevitt, Andrea G. Stewart, Tina Gower
Serialization: Melodies of the Heart by Michael Flynn
Columns by: Barry Malzberg, Gregory Benford
Book Reviews: Paul Cook.
Interview: Joy Ward interviews Michael and Peter Spierig
Galaxy's Edge is a bi-monthly (every two months) magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old (reprint) stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Barry Malzberg and Gregory Benford, book reviews by Paul Cook and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.
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Papper's Broadcast News and Writing Stylebook is the go-to handbook in broadcast news, and with the updates in the 6th edition, it is sure to continue this legacy. Through clear and concise chapters, this text provides the fundamental rules of broadcast news writing. It covers various fields across the board, including crime and government, weather, education, health, and sports. Within each field, readers learn the nuances of reporting, grammar, style, and usage.
Written by a professional who has overseen major industry research for the past eighteen years, this edition presents the data on news writing in a relevant and digestible manner. With the business of broadcast news changing rapidly, this text reflects the current news environment and explores where it will head in the future. With an expanded social media chapter and additional insight into the news rooms of today, Broadcast News and Writing Stylebook incorporates all the skills and knowledge reporters and journalist need to prepare for their careers.
Interweaving nuanced discussions of politics, visuality, and gender, Gender and Activism in a Little Magazine uncovers the complex ways that gender figures into the graphic satire created by artists for the New York City-based socialist journal, the Masses. This exceptional magazine was published between 1911 and 1917, during an unusually radical decade in American history, and featured cartoons drawn by artists of the Ashcan School and others, addressing questions of politics, gender, labor and class. Rather than viewing art from the Masses primarily in terms of its critical social stances or aesthetic choices, however, this study uses these images to open up new ways of understanding the complexity of early 20th-century viewpoints. By focusing on the activist images found in the Masses and studying their unique perspective on American modernity, Rachel Schreiber also returns these often-ignored images to their rightful place in the scholarship on American modernism. This book demonstrates that the centrality of the Masses artists' commitments to gender and class equality is itself a characterization of the importance of these issues for American moderns. Despite their alarmingly regular reliance on gender stereotypesÃ¢"and regardless of any assessment of the efficacy of the artists' activismÃ¢"the graphic satire of the Masses offers invaluable insights into the workings of gender and the role of images in activist practices at the beginning of the last century.