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New Destinies, Vol. VI/Winter 1988—Robert A. Heinlein Memorial Issue, edited by Jim Baen, (Baen Books, ISBN 0-671-69796-X). This issue of The Paperback Magazine of Science Fiction and Speculative Fact was published after the death of Robert A. Heinlein earlier that year. It contains a few of his stories, several tributes, and two poems of his that were never published before. Additionally there are other short stories by several writers. The table of contents: Other stories:

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  • New Destinies, Vol. VI/Winter 1988—Robert A. Heinlein Memorial Issue, edited by Jim Baen, (Baen Books, ISBN 0-671-69796-X). This issue of The Paperback Magazine of Science Fiction and Speculative Fact was published after the death of Robert A. Heinlein earlier that year. It contains a few of his stories, several tributes, and two poems of his that were never published before. Additionally there are other short stories by several writers. The table of contents: Other stories:
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  • New Destinies, Vol. VI/Winter 1988—Robert A. Heinlein Memorial Issue, edited by Jim Baen, (Baen Books, ISBN 0-671-69796-X). This issue of The Paperback Magazine of Science Fiction and Speculative Fact was published after the death of Robert A. Heinlein earlier that year. It contains a few of his stories, several tributes, and two poems of his that were never published before. Additionally there are other short stories by several writers. The table of contents: * "In Appreciation: Robert A. Heinlein" by Jerry Pournelle * "The Long Watch" by Robert A. Heinlein * "Dance Session": poem by Robert A. Heinlein * "Rah Rah R.A.H." by Spider Robinson * Excerpts from The Notebooks of Lazarus Long by Robert A. Heinlein * "Robert A. Heinlein and the Coming Age of Space" by Rick Cook * More Excerpts from The Notebooks of Lazarus Long by Robert A. Heinlein * "The Man Who Traveled in Elephants" by Robert A. Heinlein (Heinlein's favorite story) * "Farewell to the Master" by Dr. Yoji Kondo and Dr. Charles Sheffield * "The Witch's Daughters": poem by Robert A. Heinlein Other stories: * "Copyright Violation" by Spider Robinson * "The Blabber" by Vernor Vinge * "Counting Up": essay by Charles Sheffield * "Megaphone" by Rick Cook * "Freeze Frame" by John Moore * "King of All" by Harry Turtledove
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