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March 2003
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Editorial License: Time to send in those Nominations -  If you've got your membership to this year's WorldCon in Toronto, or if you had a membership to the last..don't hesitate...nominate!

 Columns: US Books - Ern takes a look at the March deluge and finds a lot to like in this month's releases including the US releases of two books we raved about at their UK release: Altered Carbon and The Standing Dead. UK Books - John Berlyne notes the release of a new Biography of Douglas Adams and lots of good stuff from his London flat. Canadian Books Asta give us a look at the offerings reserved for folks north of the 49th parallel, where we'll be going for TorCon this summer.

SFMedia: Smallville: Rosetta - Christopher Reeve guest stars on Smallvile and Don Smith, our reviewer, stands up and cheers!

Feature Review: The Dark Path  
Feature Interview: Walter Hunt
When Walter's first book, The Dark Wing, came out, we found that there was more there than just your usual shoot-em-up in space to his Mil-SF storyline. Now that the next volume is out we thought it would be a good time to take a closer look.

Book Reviews:

Advance and Retreat by Harry Turtledove
The Book of Athyra Steven Brust
Broken Angels by Richard Morgan UK
Conquistador by S.M. Stirling
Contact by Susan Grant
Coyote by Allen Steele
Crossfire by Nancy Kress
Engine City by Ken MacLeod
For Love and Glory by Poul Anderson
Healer by Amber Hayward
Not So Innocent Laura Lee Guhrke
The Risen Empire  by Scott Westerfeld 
The Science Fiction Hall of Fame edited by Robert Silverberg
Steel Helix by Ann Tonsor Zeddies

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