Star Trek: Generations

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens The maiden voyage of the new Enterprise and the retired Kirk, Scott and Chekov are honoured guests. However, they receive a distress signal from two [...]

Alison, by Andrew Humphrey

04/03/2009

Reviewed by Jim Steel The way we live now. We have our friends. We’ve known them long enough to know that they’ve got flaws, but they’re the only friends [...]

Gud Magazine #2

04/03/2009

Reviewed by Steven Pirie It’s marketed as a magazine, but the print edition of GUD, with no editorial, 190 pages in all and being the size of a paperback novel, looks [...]

Polluto #2

04/03/2009

Reviewed by Jim Steel This special apocalypse (and garden furniture) themed edition of the magazine is just packed with bad ideas. You remember Highlander, don’t you? [...]

Zene #2 (ed. by Andy Cox and Mark Rose)

03/03/2009

Review by Jenny Barber There are some very appealing articles here, foremost in my mind is a piece by Kim Braemar about writing groups and the mind games they play which, [...]
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