Review by Gary Couzens 1993: Following the discovery of time travel, the US government sets up a police force to prevent abuse of the new technology. 1994: Leading timecop [...]

Star Trek: Generations


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


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


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


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)


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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