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Note: Magazine for computer & entertainment technology. Originally published once a month but switched to a biweekly schedule in 1997. From 1988 on, each issue features a piece of original short fiction. Although it's not a prerequisite for being published in the magazine, the stories the publisher receives are almost entirely science fiction. Most stories appear complete in one issue. If a longer story is considered particularly good, it is split into two or three parts. The minimum length is approximately 6000 characters, which is one page in the magazine. The maximum length is 50000 characters as explained on the story editor's page at heise.de. As of 20170206, all but two stories published between 1987 and 2017 were illustrated by either Susanne Wustmann or Michael Thiele.
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