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Paul March-Russell: editorial
 
Bettina Beinhoff: Why are Alien Languages Inherently Human?
Andrew M. Butler: Disfigured Myths: The Destruction of London in Postmillennial SF Film
Frances Foster: Visiting the Ancient Land of the Dead in Le Guin and Riordan
Caitlin Herington: Would You Like to Violate Rule Nine with Me?
Patricia Kennon: 'If inside was the outside': Gender, Heteronormativity and the Body in David Levithan's Every Day
M. Irene Morrison: Making Gender Trouble in Samuel R. Delany's 'Aye, and Gomorrah'
 
Conference Reports
Rachel Fox: Locating Fantastika
Nick Hubble: From Manland to Womanland: Gender in SF/F
 
Book Reviews
Kanta Dihal: Barry B. Luokkala, Exploring Science Through Science Fiction
Andrew Hedgecock: Jad Smith, John Brunner and Gary Westfahl, William Gibson
Patrick Parrinder: Arthur B. Evans, ed. Vintage Visions: Essays on Early Science Fiction
Andy Sawyer: Nicholas O. Pagan, Theory of Mind and Science Fiction
Alison Tedman: Susan M. Bernado, ed. Environments in Science Fiction
Emma Filtness: Justina Robson, Glorious Angels
Paul Kincaid: Iain Banks & Ken MacLeod, Poems and Garry Kilworth & Robert Holdstock, Poems, Peoms & Other Atrocities
Anna McFarlane: Libby McGugan, The Eidolon
Joe Norman: Eric Brown, Satan's Reach
Chris Pak: Philip Mann, The Disestablishment of Paradise
Allen Stroud: Ian Whates, Growing Pains
Michelle K. Yost: Jack Adams, Nequa, or the Problem of the Ages
 
Features:
Leif Behmer: The Unicorn Run: Interview with Peter S. Beagle
Paul March-Russell: In Other Worlds: Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age and The Amazing World of M.C. Escher