30/09/2004. Contributed by Jessica Martin
The latest issue of everyone's favourite downloadable Adobe PDF-format SFF mag is out now.
The monster-sized post-Worldcon and celebratory Hugo-winning 109th issue of Emerald City has finally made it online (only a day late).
In issue #109 you will find:
C'mon, pinch me, surely we didn't really win a Hugo.
Lobsters in Space
Worldcon reportage that doesn't involve my doing Tigger impressions.
All of the other pointy, shiny things.
My First Worldcon
Jeff Vandermeer sums up a new experience.
Past Painting Future
Judith Clute looks at the N4 Retro Art Show.
Susanna Clarke provides some very elegant fantasy.
Life's A Gas (Giant)
Iain M. Banks contemplates life among the slow folk.
War Against the Gods
Steven Erikson's epic Malazan Empire series arrives in America.
Once Upon a Bank
M.M. Buckner creates a fairy tale for the cyberpunk age.
Sisters of Mercy
Rebecca Locksley creates an interesting family.
Interview: Old Earth Books
Cheryl talks to Mike Walsh.
Short Fiction from Avram Davidson, M. John Harrison, Hannu Rajaniemi and TTA Press.
The World of Finndom
Jukka Halme opens up our series on SF around Europe with a look at his native Finland.
All those Worldcon awards, and more.
Thanks to Cheryl at the big green'un for the update.
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