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Editorial License: Editorial - Back to the Moon? Not a moment too soon. G. W. Bush's New Year's Resolution is to shut down the shuttle, go back to the Moon, and on to Mars.  What are the odds? We asked an impromptu panel of SF Space experts what they thought.


   US Books -
Ernest Lilley
 UK Books - John Berlyne - our UK editor looks
     into the future of 2004 and sees good things to
     come as well some great reading for January.
Ivory and Ivy by Edward Carmien - Our academe
     attends the
Modern Language Assoc.
     Conference to find out if they speak sci-fi.
Zines and Short Fiction - Steven Sawicki
 DamnAlien DVDs - Those Damn Aliens - Our
     unearthly visitors decide to go into politics, and
     recommend a few DVDs while they're at it..
 Things To Come (previews of galleys received)

Media:  Paycheck Yet another Philip K. Dick short story about memory erasure comes to the screen, but does anyone besides Ben Affleck get a payoff?

Feature Review / Interview:
Stephen Baxter / Coalescent by Stephen Baxter / Time's Eye by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter

Book Reviews:

The Collected Short Fiction of C.J. Cherryh by C.J. Cherryh
Deathstalker Return by Simon R. Green
UK The Etched City by K. J. Bishop
UK The Illmoor Chronicles - The Ratastrophe Catastrophe by David Lee Stone
New Spring by Robert Jordan
UK Nylon Angel by Marianne de Pierres
Orbital Burn by K. A. Bedford
Tinker by Wen Spencer
Thief of Lives by Barb & J. C. Hendee