The mid-May 2001 issue of the SF Site is now online at http://www.sfsite.com
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In our current issue, you'll find:
* The Nebula 2000 Winners have been announced
* A Conversation With John Clute, author of the new novel "Appleseed," probably best known for his work on "The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction" and "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy"
* A Conversation With Tom Arden, author of "The Orokon" series
* Part 2 of a Conversation With Matthew Woodring Stover
* "Appleseed" by John Clute
* "Dream Factories and Radio Pictures" by Howard Waldrop
* "Stories for an Enchanted Afternoon" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
* "Going, Going, Gone" by Jack Womack
* "The Doom of Camelot" edited by James Lowder
* "Ship of Fools" by Richard Paul Russo
* "Manifold: Space" by Stephen Baxter
* "Judas Eyes" by Barry Hoffman
* "The Second Summoning: The Keeper's Chronicles #2" by Tanya Huff
* "Dossier" by Stepan Chapman
* "Thunder Rift" by Matthew Farrell
Speculative Poetry Review:
* 3 Broadsides by Bruce Boston: "The Last Existentialist," "Confessions of a Body Thief" and "The Lesions of Genetic Sin"
* "The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2001"
* Asimov's Science Fiction, April 2001
* "The Mummy Returns" written and directed by Stephen Sommers
SF Site columns & features:
* New & Forthcoming Books
* "Sequential Art" by Scott Tilson, graphic novels examined in this issue include "Heart of Empire" and "The Wizard's Tale"
* "Geeks With Books" by Rick Klaw, our new columnist, a long-time bookseller, offers his perspective from the other side of the counter
Plus a whole lot more, including hundreds of links, archived reviews, interviews, articles, reading lists, awards listings and more!
Chrispian H. Burks
Lit.Org Owner / Founder
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