ISSUE #248 April 2009
Volume 21, No. 8 ISSN #1052-9438
Darrell Schweitzer: An Interview with Charles Stross: 1
Mike Barrett: Mostly in Shadow: The Work of Mary Elizabeth Counselman: 1
Douglas A. Van Belle: A Comprehensive and Totally Universal Listing of Every Problem a Story Has Ever Had: 17
Donald M. Hassler: Entropy, Entertainment, and Creative Energy in Ben Bova: 20
Eileen Kernaghan’s Wild Talent, reviewed by Ursula Pflug: 5
Michael Flynn’s The January Dancer, reviewed by David Mead: 7
Robert M. Price’s Blasphemies and Revelations, reviewed by Peter Rawlik: 13
Justina Robson’s Selling Out, reviewed by Jenny Blackford: 14
Justina Robson’s Going Under, reviewed by Niall Harrison: 15
John Scalzi’s Zoe’s Tale, reviewed by Joe Sanders: 16
Greg Egan’s Incandescence, reviewed by Karen Burnham: 19
Dirk Wittenborn’s Pharmakon, reviewed by Paul Kincaid: 22
Dave Langford on Christopher Priest (10); much Screed (23); and an editorial (24).
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