Table of Contents | 27 July 2015
Less than sixty years after Sputnik the first era of solar system exploration is over.
[. . .] every writer is rooted in their culture or context, and that inevitably flavours and shapes their work in some way or another, on a more or less conscious level, and different writers are more or less open and aware of this. Dion Fortune was, perhaps, more aware of this than most.
let my wholeness be a forest / washed with depth and darkness
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents poetry from the issues.
"Earth is frightful, the new planet is scary. It's space that's the haven, the place of we-don't-have-to-make-decisions-yet."
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