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Columns:
Editorial License
US Books
UK Books
Can Books
Comics
DVD

Events/Cons:
CanVention 22 and the Aurora Awards
If It's Tuesday, this must be TOR

Feature Interview:
Ken Macleod

Feature Review: Cosmonaut Keep by Ken Macleod

Book Reviews
The Alchemists Door
by Lisa Goldstein
Alternate Generals
ed by Harry Turtledove
Argonaut by Stanley Schmidt
Fire Logic by Laurie J. Marks
The Iron Grail by John Woodstock
The Longest Way Home by Robert Silverberg
The Sacred Pool by L. Warren Douglas
The Sky So Big And Black by John Barnes
Spaceland by Rudy Rucker
Straw Men by
Michael Marshall Smith
Sisters of the Raven by Barbara Hambly
To Trade The Stars by Julie E. Czerneda
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror
, Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
Graphic Novel:
Murder Mysteries. Original short story and radio play by Neil Gaiman. Graphic story script and art by P. Craig Russell
Zine: The Journal of Pulse Pounding Narratives

SFMedia:
Film:
Austin Powers: GoldMember

Metropolis (2002) Restoration
& Metropolis Essay
PowerPuff Girls
Reign of Fire
Signs
Simone

 

Editorial License: Metropolis Redux  Why is Metropolis on Ern's short list of SF Films? With a new digital restoration, maybe it will be clear.

Columns: US Books - It must be good weather for reading, cause there's no end to the good books out this month. UK Books - Iain Emsley continues to handle things in the UK and comes up with some titles to watch for .Canadian SF: What's up with what's up north?  DamnAlien DVD - read Sawicki's column or miss out on the coolest reviews you'll see in these dog days of summer.  Comics - Daniel's slaving away over a hot comic book so you'll have something fun to read. See what he's come up with this month.


SFMedia:  Austin Powers: GoldMember The Shagadelic secret agent is back for more misbehaving. Metropolis (2002) Restoration / Metropolis Essay for the first time in years you can see Fritz Langs classic tale of class struggle in a stunning digital restoration. And it's still in B&W. PowerPuff Girls - if you missed these sugar and spice superheroes on the screen, catch Keith R.A. DeCandido's review here.
Think things are bad? See just how much worse they could get when dragons take over the world in
Reign of Fire, or when mysterious invaders start making crop circles all over the world in Signs. David Marsh previews Al Pacino's new film about a virtual actress in SimOne.

Zine: The Journal of Pulse Pounding Narratives - "Modern Stories for Retro Brains" Thrill to the exciting fiction in this zine! Rack your brains trying to find a copy! Stay away from mine.

20020417 NYC cont 001.jpgEvents/Cons: CanVention 22 and the Aurora Awards - Asta Sinusas goes to the ends of the earth for Canadian Con Coverage, and Ern goes to New York for a tour de TOR: If It's Tuesday, this must be TOR
 
Ken MacLeodFeature Feature: Interview: Ken Macleod Review: Cosmonaut Keep
Review: Dark Light - We've liked this feisty Scot since his books first came to the US, and he's up for his second Hugo Finalist for Cosmonaut Keep, so we thought an interview and review (or two)  would be in order
 
Book Reviews:
The Alchemists Door by Lisa Goldstein
Alternate Generals II ed by Harry Turtledove
Argonaut by Stanley Schmidt
Fire Logic by Laurie J. Marks
The Iron Grail  by John Woodstock
The Longest Way Home by Robert Silverberg
The Sacred Pool by L. Warren Douglas
The Sky So Big And Black by John Barnes
Spaceland by Rudy Rucker

To Trade The Stars by Julie E. Czerneda
Straw Men by Michael Marshall Smith
Sisters of the Raven by Barbara Hambly
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror
ed by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
Graphic Novel: Murder Mysteries. Original short story and radio play by Neil Gaiman. Graphic story script and art by P. Craig Russell