The cover art is Beacon by Richard Wagner
A Time for Raven by Stephen Kotowych
illustrated by Richard Wagner
Fog had hidden Haida Gwaii from outsiders since the Beginning, from the time of Raven, until Captain Cook arrived in the eighteenth century. It was good of the captain, thought Wilson Gwaeskun, to discover his Haida ancestors who never knew they were lost.
The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues by Jason Sanford
illustrated by Jim Burns
Murder it is, Cristina de Ane thought as she gripped the condemned woman’s face. The woman, Jennery Flats, stood five hands higher than Crista, an impossibly tall human whose every movement flowed to grace like doves climbing the highest reaches of sky. Not that Crista could mistake Jennery for a dove. Yes, her face was covered in downy grey-brown feathers. But her gaze burned to the brightness of eagles – orange eyes which glared at Crista with both defiance and sadness.
The Metaphor by Fiona Moore
It’s back. It’s back. I know it’s back, from the compulsive itch in my head, so I throw off the fur blankets, gasping at the feel of cold stone floor on feet (while wondering where the hell the rug has got to), then hurry into my woollen underclothes, my equally woollen trousers, hat and sweater, then, finally, an outer layer of fur parka, trousers, hood, goggles, neck-warmer and gloves. I grab my rifle, though God alone knows why, it’s useless against it and, when I’m doing the rounds, I’ve got no time to go hunting, but I sling it over my shoulder anyway. I guess it makes me feel better. I tell myself it’s in case I get a chance to bag a rabbit on the way.
The Fall of the City of Silver by Jon Ingold
illustrated by Martin Hanford
If you look long enough, you will hear me speak, and this is what I will say: here I lie, stranger, surrounded by four things that were mine, four things that tell the story of how I came to be here and of how my city fell.
Tethered by Mercurio D. Rivera
illustrated by Ben Baldwin
On the shore of Ontario Lacus on Southern Titan, Cara molded castles from the windblown sediment that served as sand. Her parents stood at the threshold of their shelter in the distance, chatting with their sponsor, the Wergen responsible for transporting her family from Earth. Cara lay on her stomach while the methane waves lapped against the shore, tickling her bare feet.
Ansible Link by David Langford
news and obituaries
Book Zone by Jim Steel, Maureen Kincaid Speller, Lawrence Osborn, Ian Sales, Sandy Auden, Jack Deighton, Andy Hedgecock, Duncan Lunan
book reviews including Osama by Lavie Tidhar plus auithor interview (conducted by Maureen Kincaid Speller), Dangerous Waters by Juliet E. McKenna, The Urban Fantasy Anthology edied by Peter S. Beagle & Joe R. Lansdale, Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson, The Book of Transformations by Mark Charan Newton, Queen of Kings by Maria Dahvana Headley, The Testament of Jessie Lamb by Jane Rogers, Never Never Stories by Jason Sanford, Future Media edited by Rick Wilber
Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe
film reviews including Conan the Barbarian, Cowboys and Aliens, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Arietty, Jung Fu Panda 2, Cars 2, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Super 8, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II, Captain America: The First Avenger, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D
Laser Fodder by Tony Lee
DVD and Blu-ray reviews including The Twilight Zone Season 3, Source Code, La Jetée, Level Five, Sans Soleil, The Vampire Diaries Season 2, Stargate Universe Season 2, Supernatural Season 6, Insidious, Julia's Eyes, Eureka Season 4, 51, Quatermass and the Pit, Warehouse 13 Season 2, Muckman, Cannibal Holocaust, 2001 Nights, Cowboys and Zombies, Strigoi, Wreckage, Hatchet II, Midnight, Black Heaven, Pieces, Rogue Ninja, The Holding, Territories, The Roommate, Sacred Blacksmith Season 1, Buffy the vanpire Slayer Motion Comic Season 8
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