A very brief editorial this month. This issue is late due to a confluence of banal and mostly harmless events that kept shoving NYRSF down in the priority queue. I expect that the July issue will be closer to schedule—or perhaps actually on time. Let us hope.
We are once again wrestling with problems with fonts in our print-on-demand editions. We are once again working with our POD supplier to get this resolved.
The first Work Weekend to be held in Valentine’s Castle went well. May it be the first of many.
As we send this out, two weeks remain in Hugo voting. I think I’ve said pretty much everything I have to say about that, but if you have a Worldcon membership, please vote your conscience.
Long live the future, and where it is in error, let us set it right.
—Kevin J. Maroney
and the editors
Today I woke up and felt like someone was calling me. Someone in email. Except it wasn’t. It was the collective attention of fandom and pro-dom, because Tanith Lee had died. She was trending on Twitter.
Drinking Sapphire WineDon’t Bite the Sun DSW Lord of Light
Cyrion, The Silver Metal LoverKill the Dead Red as Blood, or, Tales from the Sisters Grimmer
The Birthgrave Vazkor, Son of Vazkor Quest for the White Witch
The Silver Metal Lover
Clockwork Phoenix 3