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February 2003
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A Few Voices: The Way Ahead
Allen Steele, Elizabeth Moon, and Michael Swanwick talk about Columbia and the future.
Editorial:
Postcards From the Moon
- Ernest Lilley

Columns: US Books - Ern goes for verbosity over quantity and talks about this months outpouring of US titles. UK Books - John Berlyne - reports in from London on what's new over there  Canadian Scene - Asta Sinusas scans the scene in the Great White North.
DVD Releases - Our crankiest reviewer tries to find something good to say about the latest crop of DVD releases.

photoMedia:
DareDevil - Can a blind lawyer in a red leather suit match Spiderman's appeal? Can author turned reviewer Keith DeCandido refrain from "blind justice" jokes. Don't count on it.

Feature Review: Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow -  Where do you go after conquering death, poverty and the human condition? Disneyworld of course!  Feature Interview: Cory Doctorow - To go along with his first novel, we've got a pretty much endless interview with Cory in which he talks about Marxist Techno Utopians, Growing up sciffy in Toronto and at Disneyworld, his next novel, the one after that, and the one after that. It gets deep and it's mostly unedited, but there's lots of good stuff here.
Book Reviews:


The Briar King by Gregory Keyes
Destruction of Illusions by Keith R.A. DeCandido
Dragon and Thief by Timothy Zahn
Evolution by Stephen Baxter
The Grail Prince Nancy McKenzie
Guardian by Joe Haldeman
Humans  by Robert Sawyer
Magic Time - AngelFire  by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff and Marc Scott Zicree 
Pattern Recognition by William Gibson
A Shortcut In Time by Charles Dickinson