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May 2003
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Editorial License: The Matrix - Greek for Geeks The Matrix has been accused of being nothing more than classic SF...but it's more classic than SF as Alex Lightman points out.


Events: Nebula Awards / Arthur C. Clarke Awards 2003

SFMedia: Film: The Matrix Reloaded
Neo, Morpheus, Trinity and the gang are back in black for a rematch with Agent Smith and the whole SimCity gang. This time they've got 72 hours to save the last city of man. The real trick will be how fast they can pay off the SFX bill.

X-Men II Patrick Stewart and his band of mutants return to reassure humanity that everyone with extraordinary powers isn't out to kill them. Of course, they do so by walking into the Oval Office un-announced and killing the special ops types that drop in at the school, but hey...we can take a joke...can't we?

UK Book Reviews
Lord of Snow and Shadows: Book One of The Tears of Artamon by Sarah Ash
Sister Alice by Robert Reed

Feature Reviews  Interviews 
Red Thunder by John Varley /
Interview with Ernest Lilley

The Portrait of Mrs Charbuque by Jeffery Ford Interview with Iain Emsley

The Weavers of Saramyr by Chris Wooding / Interview with John Berlyne

The War of the Flowers by Tad Williams / Interview with Iain Emsley

The Science Fiction of Gillian Bradshaw - Eyal Mozes takes a look at a talented author who should be much better known than she is.

Book Reviews:  US Reviews / UK Reviews
Hell's Faire by John Ringo
A Just Determination by John G. Hemry
Long Hot Summoning by Tanya Huff
Mojo: Conjure Stories by Nalo Hopkinson (ed)
Nebula Awards Showcase by Nancy Kress (ed)
Phoenix Exultant by John Wright
Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix by Glenn Yeffeth (ed}
The Silver Gryphon by Gary Turner and Marty Halpern
Swords for Hire by Will Allen
Snare by Katharine Kerr
Water: Tales of Elemental Spirits by Robin McKinley, Peter Dickinson