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SPRING 2021 ISSUE

To most people, the atomic bomb meant the end.
To Henry Bemis, it meant something far different — an opportunity to reconnect with something that was lost.

Northwest Smith is one of the great adventurers of Science Fiction, one of that group of cool, gray-eyed men who roam the spaceways and become the stuff of legend and the folklore of space. Here he is in a rare moment of peace, in this remarkable vignette...

An odd story, made up of oddly assorted elements that include a man, a woman, a black cat, a treasure—and an invisible being that had to be seen to be believed.

In 1741 the Norwegian-Danish author Ludvig Holberg published Klimii Iter Subterraneum, a satirical sci-fi novel detailing the adventures of its hero Niels Klim in a utopian society existing beneath the earth. Prof. Fitting, author of Subterranean Worlds: A Critical Anthology, explores Holberg's book in the wider context of the hollow earth theory.

Speculative poet Kirtan Desai takes you on a lyrical journey through space-time...

Prisoner of Time was he, outlawed from life and death alike — the strange, brooding creature who watched the ages roll by and waited half fearfully for... eternity?

The New Era was to dawn on the heels of truth and veracity under the paternalistic leadership of Sweeni Vlac, who sought to do away with lies to serve the greater good. Alas, all was not what it seemed in Vlac's new utopia... 

Defecating ducks, talking Turks' heads, and mechanized Christs — Jessica Riskin discusses the wonderful history of automata, machines built to mimic the processes of intelligent life.

Even to a drug-soaked outcast ethnographer like Ericson, Fyhon was a paradise planet. It was worth anyone's life to find Dridihad, the secret city of dread!

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