Roman Rosdolsky investigates the relationship between various versions of Capital and explains the reasons for Marxâ€™s successive reworking.
Even being the best fairy godmother in all the land, Ciera’s been hiding a secret. Not only is she pregnant, but she’s magically pregnant with a human child. Humans are not allowed in the fairy realm. Period. That includes half-fairy/half-human babies. The only solution is to give the baby to its father before the Fairy Council finds out her secret. Finding the father should be easy, how many men named John could possibly live in this place called Chicago? Grab your copy of this quirky romantic fairy tale today!
Charles Foxworth is among New York City’s most fashionable men, though he is only pretending to be a dashing British aristocrat. Still, he is content with his role and has little interest in the war. His companion, Isaac Ward, has more invested in the coming conflict; Isaac was born a slave, and though he is now free, that freedom could be guaranteed if he chose to pick up arms. Then war arrives on the shores of the city and Charles’s idyll is over. He quickly realizes that the war could take from him the very thing he holds most dear: Isaac.
Most users of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approach it differently than physicians, because they employ informal knowledge, based on their experiences, beliefs, and values. Mary Ruggie stresses that, although physicians also use informal knowledge from their clinical experience to understand patients and their needs, they rely on formal knowledge, based on science, to understand medicine. Thus, if CAM is going to become a legitimate part of health care, physicians must insist that scientific research prove its safety and efficacy.
CONTENTS Novelettes "Weep for Day" by Indrapramit Das "Heaven's Touch" by Jason Sanford "Joining the High Flyers" by Ian Creasey "The Bernoulli War" by Gord Sellar Short Stories "Beautiful Boys" by Theodora Goss "View Through the Window" by Ted Reynolds "Starsong" by Aliette de Bodard "Stamps" by Bruce McAllister Poetry "My House of the Future" by G. O.
Clark "The Big Bang's Backstory" by Marion Boyer "Cassandra Moments from 'The Official Guide to Time Travel'" by Robert Frazier "The Music of a Dead World" by Bruce Boston Departments "Editorial: The 2012 Dell Magazines Award" by Sheila Williams "Reflections: Big-Endians/Little-Endians" by Robert Silverberg "On the Net: What is Reality?" by James Patrick Kelly "On Books" by Paul Di Filippo "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Asimov's Science Fiction, August 2012, Vol. 36, No. 8 (Whole No. 439) Sheila Williams, editor Cover art by Cynthia Sheppard