Managing Editor: Sharon Archer
Associate Editor, UK:
How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to
Love SF Movies
- Ernest Lilley - looks at books received.
- John Berlyne - What's new from the UK?
Ivory and Ivy
by Edward Carmien
Zines and Short Fiction
Sawicki - (pending)
- Those Damn Aliens - (pending)
Media: The Day After Tomorrow
-- Could the time of the great freeze come upon us in a
day, the way it does in this chilling flick? Or would it take (gasp) years.
Book: Forty Signs of Rain by Kim
KSR shows that a tale
of global climate change doesn't need Hollywood Science or movie stars
to be gripping in this brilliantly realized story of science, politics,
and the impact of climate shift.
Talk: Kim Stanley
Robinson at the NSF:
Science, Society, and Global Warming
KSR talked to the National Science Foundation about his new book, the
role of science in society, and the possibility of a more proactive NSF
to address problems like Global Warming.
The Twilight Zone Scripts of Rod Serling: As Timeless As Infinity by Rod Serling, Tony Albarella (Editor), Roger Anker (Editor)
- "...there's the signpost up ahead. Your next stop: The Twilight Zone."
Those words open a world of possibilities. Like Pandora's Box, you never knew what you were going to get when you saw an episode of
The Twilight Zone...
C.J. Cherryh Interview
with Edward Carmien
Forge of Heaven
who writes our Ivy and Ivory column, has been working on an anthology of
articles about C.J. Cherryh's "literary life and career." He shares his
interview and a review of her new book for our June issue.
Cast a Bright Shadow by Tanith Lee
Crisscross by F. Paul Wilson
Daughter of Exile by Isabel Glass
Dead Lines by Greg Bear
Bones by Ramsey
Campbell, J. Dann and D. Etchison (eds)
The Greenstone Grail by Amanda Hemmingway
Flights: Extreme Visions of Fantasy by Al Sarrantonio
Iterations by Robert Sawyer
Lord of the Shadows by Jennifer Fallon
Lost and Found by Alan Dean Foster
Medalon by Jennifer Fallon
Newton's Wake by Ken Macleod
Riddick by Alan Dean Foster
The Silent War by Ben Bova