We have a great range of stories this issue. Callum McSorely takes us deep under the Antarctic ice to explore strange worlds and a murder; Jo Ross-Barrett introduces us to a neurodivergent AI; Jack Schouten presents a futuristic body-swapping take on the King’s Shilling; and RV Neville’s first published story features a washing machine interrogation by an alien visitor. Christopher Collingwood brings maths to poetry:
My parents injected me with math
when I was three –
for safety against the numbers;
the equations that didn’t add up
for a generation, ‘Quotient Free’ as they
called it, a vaccine offering immunity
against a lifetime of even chances.
Meanwhile, Alex Storer takes us on a guided tour of the Museum of Classic Sci-Fi – Daleks are involved. Plus, meet the Cover Creator Mike Holzinger as he flies through an imagined Universe.
Featuring stunning artwork by Stephen Daly and Andrew Owens.
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