- An interview with Hal Duncan, author of Vellum, a first novel that is receiving great word of mouth.
- Stephen Baxter examines the many different ways in which the sun has obliterated manking in SF. (Although, if I might add, he does neglect to mention the memorabe 1906 short story “Finis” by Frank Lillie Pollack)
- Martin Sketchley and Ian MacLeod contemplate music in science fiction.
- Karen Traviss and Liz Williams discuss characters, themes and Star Wars.
- William Mitchell dares to rage against 2001: A Space Odyssey. Now if only we can get him in on the anti-BladeRunner movement…
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