After a long hiatus, The Internet Review of Science Fiction returns! It’s got a spiffy new redesign and has a bunch of new content:
- Editorial: Notes on Resurrection by Bluejack
- Interview: Peter Watts by J. G. Stinson
- Feature:Cyborgs Then and Now by Jay Lake and Ruth Nestvold
- Essay: Dodos, Wooly Mammoths, and Other Erudite Obsessions in the Fiction of Howard Waldrop by Robert Bee
- Criticism: The Magic Mundane: Re-examining the Supernatural in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s The Mists of Avalon by Darin C. Bradley
- Reviews: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by Michael Andre-Driussi, January 2008: Short Fiction by Lois Tilton, Ancestor by Scott Sigler by Mur Lafferty.