Also just a reminder about Apex's crowd-sourcing project. They're still a third of their goal with only thirteen days left. And let's put it this way: for $1,000, you get to own EVERY book Apex has published and will publish in the future (Apex Book of World SF 2 *cough* *cough*).
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