Martian Wave 2012, The


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Issue 3
What lies beneath the sands of Mars? What will happen to humanity when a possible extraterrestrial signal is received? What can explorers do to save themselves when they discover a completely alien lifeform? These are just some of the questions asked and answered in the 2012 issue of The Martian Wave.
With fiction from Robert J. Mendenhall, Scott Virtes, GC Rosenquist, Phil M. Berger, Glen R. Stripling, Ross Gresham, Robert N. Stephenson, and H. David Blalock, you will explore worlds you never expected, and encounter characters you could never imagine.
This issue is seasoned with relevant poetry from G. O. Clark, Kurt MacPhearson, Marge Simon, Shelly Bryant, Terrie Leigh Relf, WC Roberts, and Janette Sullivan.
Robert J. Mendenhall: Absence Or Evidence
Scott Virtes: Newton’s Window
GC Rosenquist: Moontide
Phil M. Berger: The Blue Marble Signal
Glen R. Stripling: The Geysers Of Enceladus
Ross Gresham: Last Word From Kismet
Robert N. Stephenson: A Hole
H. David Blalock: Sparks
G. O. Clark: Last Chance
Kurt MacPhearson & Marge Simon: Entry Center
Shelly Bryant: The Distant Planet
Terrie Leigh Relf: A Child’s Prayer To Raise NASA Funding
WC Roberts: New World Matisse @ Spaceport America
Janette Sullivan: constantly


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