08/04/2005. Contributed by Jessica Martin
The latest issue of the big green 'un hits the virtual streets.
Inside this issue:
Editor Cheryl talks SF theory over a strawberry daiquiri or two at ICFA.
Cheryl gives this year's hopefuls a quick look over and apologizes for being boring.
Not By Halves
Robert Charles Wilson has another Big Change novel out, and it is a likely Hugo nominee.
Minister Faust delves into ancient mysteries in modern Canada.
A Romp Through Time
Chris Roberson takes us Here, There & Everywhere.
Taken by Faeries
Lisa Tuttle gets into Otherworldy crime.
The Word of God
Tamar Yellin finds a long-lost Bible.
Wesleyan reissues a Delany masterpiece.
Short Fiction Reviews
From their new guest columnist, Anne K.G. Murphy.
State of Confusion
Cheryl wonders why America hasn't taken to Iain Banks, and whether Night Shade Books can make a difference.
Living on the Edge
Holly Phillips produces some very original fantasy.
G.W. Thomas goes in search of the works that inspired Lovecraft.
Nicola Griffith provides some lesbian short fiction.
Interview: Aqueduct Press
Cheryl talks to L. Timmel Duchamp.
A History of Danish Fandom
Olav M.J. Christiansen continues their tour of European fandoms.
Peter Fitting journeys to the center of the earth.
The not so small matter of Torcon 3's outstanding surplus.
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