June, 2004 (Vol. I: #6)
This issue marks half a year! How are things looking?
An Interview with Dr. Seth Shostak
A Senior Astronomer at SETI discusses the state of the search for life and its implications for science fiction.
One of the reigning kings of hard science fiction, Joe Haldeman is also witty, raunchy, funny, and full of good advice.
Science Fiction in Germany and German Science Fiction, An Overview and Introduction
Dirk fills us in on the state of science fiction in Germany.
Futures for Humankind
Cynthia has compiled a bibliography of science fiction dealing with feminist themes.
John Brunner's Classic Environmental Science Fiction Diptych As Agent of Social Change
Constituting something of an introduction to Brunner's Stand on Zanzibar.
If you thought you knew where you stood on the genre issue, think again!
Being a meditation on the diverse roles of the hero, the villain, and the anti-hero in contemporary fiction.
Bluejack does his thing.