I'm happy to say that my novelette, "At Palomar," will be in the July 2013 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine. The story is a sequel to "Something Real," which appeared in the same magazine in the April/May 2012 issue.
My fictional version of famous World War II spy and baseball player Moe Berg travels through a number of alternate realities as he works to contain German and Japanese expansion during World War II. In this story, the Japanese followed up their success at Pearl Harbor by successfully invading Northern California, and Moe travels West from Chicago where he's playing for the White Sox, to deal with a dangerous and beautiful Italian fascist, an improved German super-bomb, and his favorite unnamed femme fatale from the shadowy group that gives him his orders. There are Mexican Air Force ME-262 jet aircraft, a fleet of giant "Spruce Goose" seaplanes, and a very famous young scientist to save. Does Moe get it done? You'll find out in July.
I'm at work now on the third installment of the alternate Moe Berg stories, a novelette featuring famous Hollywood beauty and notable inventor Hedy Lamarr working with Moe to stop the German war machine. In our world, Lamarr and a friend invented and patented a radio guidance system for torpedoes that would have worked had the Navy chosen to build them. In Moe's alternate reality, Lamarr's torpedoes get built and they do some very important work with Moe at the center of the action. Watch for it.