Read “Applied Linguistics” in this month’s Analog Science Fiction and Fact

Hi, everybody!

I’ve got a new story out! Check out “Applied Linguistics” in the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of Analog! It’s available online or in print form, and I’m pretty damned proud of it – it’s about language and learning and how cultural context can change, inform, or even create behavior and self-knowledge. And shape-shifting aliens on alien prison planets, so that’s cool, too!

There are a lot of other very cool stories by very talented authors in there, too. I especially liked “Ring Wave” by Tom Jolly and Adam-Troy Castro’s latest Draiken tale was a lot of fun. Check it out – you won’t regret it!

About aahabershaw

Writer, teacher, gaming enthusiast, and storyteller. I write stories, novels, and occasional rants.

Posted on January 2, 2019, in Fiction, Publicity and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Thanks for providing the link to your site at the end of “applied linguistics”. I enjoyed the story! Good stretch for imagination. Also appreciate your review of Fargo, above. (th)

  2. Sounds interesting. Will definitely check it out!

  3. Reblogged this on Ezra Vasquez and commented:
    If you’re an applied linguist and you enjoy science fiction, you might want to check out this month’s issue of Analog: Science Fiction and Fact.

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