May 3rd - It's webslingin time!
Editorial License: Don't rush me...I'm thinking.
What's Out This Month:
US Books- Sharon Archer looks at more new books than you can shake a stick at.
UK Books - A lot of brilliant SF comes out of the UK, and we've got John Berlyne on the scene to find it for us.
Canadian SF:Asta discovers the secret of Trifolium Books.
DVD - Sawicki's still grumbling about the Oscars. Maybe that's why his DVD list this month is so horror laden...
Comics - Daniel salutes Spider-Man and tells us about Free Comic Book Day!
SFTV - Check out the schedules for all those shows you never quite catch. Don't forget to watch the premier of Dinotopia on Sunday, May 12th.
Send in the Clones...
Film Futures with David Marsh: Can Spider-Man
hold off the Attack of the Clones? Could the Scoprion King take on Jason
X? David Marsh may not know the answer either, but read his column anyway.
Events/Cons: Lunacon 49-I
Con 2002 - Upcoming Cons - Dixon Place Reading
- This is the strangest herd I've ever been part of.
- Snipes is back to make the undead deader...
Berlyne brings us an interview with one of the UKs fastest rising stars
as well as a review of his latest work. Interview:
The Scar by China Miéville
Spiderman by Peter David
Nebula Award Showcase 2002
Kim Stanley Robinson, Editor
Gates of Sleep by Mercedes Lackey
Galveston by Sean Stewart
Saucer by Steven
The Red Star
by Christian Gossett and Brad Kayl
Dark Thane by Miller Lau
Effendi by Jon Courtenay-Grimwood