A Literature of
Possible Tomorrows - What is SF
about? Someone made the mistake of asking me that at Readercon and I
pulled up a soap box. - Ernest Lilley, Editor
- It's hot outside, and so are the books of
UK Books -
Iain Emsley takes over for John Berlyne, while John
does some acting.
Asta journeys to the far north to attend "Book Expo Canada"
and scope out the delights that await us.
DVD - read Steve's take on the
current crop of DVDs or be abducted by bad video. It's up to you.
Comics - Daniel's
adds some books on comics to the mix and offers his recommendations for
your comic habit.
A Neil Gaiman
signing, and a Trip to Readercon provide us with plenty of
photo ops and material to write about this month, then on to
WorldConJose in our preview.
"is exquisite filmmaking, abysmal storytelling", says David Marsh,
Lilo and Stitch
"dazzles and delights" says Amy
Men In Black II
"is still good retro fun, and
Flynn Boyle can try to take over my universe any time
she wants." says Ernest Lilley.
Games: Steve Uribe raves about a classic reborn:
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
Articles/Features: Opening Space for the 21st Century
We are delighted to present an article by Space Scientist
Yoji Kondo &
former Delta-X Project Manager
William A. Gaubatz
on the need and the opportunity for real low earth orbit access.
Katya Reimann /
of Fire and Ashes
Katya's out with the concluding book of the Tielmaran Chronicles
and we caught up with her to find out what comes next.
in a Good Book
If you haven't yet acquainted yourself with this brilliant
Brit and the adventures of his literary secret agent, Thursday Next, waste no
more time and start here.
The Consciousness Plague by Paul Levinson
by Barbara Hambly
by Kevin Anderson
The Martian Child by David Gerrold
by J. Ardian Lee
Prayer Cushions of the Flesh
by Robert Irwin
The Salmon of Doubt
by Douglas Adams
by Jan Siegel
Garlands of Moonlight by Jai Sen