Issue #1, September 1988: Samuel R. Delany, "Flow My Tears...: Theater and Science Fiction"; Kathryn Cramer, "Science Fiction and the Adventures of the Spherical Cow"; Susan Palwick, "I Was a Teenaged Crud Fan: Confessions of an Uptown Girl (pt. 1 of 3)"; Tim Powers's On Stranger Tides reviewed by Greg Cox; reading list by Lewis Shiner.
Issue #2, October 1988: Debbie Notkin, "Forbidden Sex and Uncontrollable Obsession: Sex in the Writings of Norman Spinrad"; Ursula K. Le Guin, "Introduction to the Women's Press edition of The Language of the Night"; Kathryn Cramer, "Sincerity and Doom (pt. 1 of 4)"; Terry Bisson's Fire on the Mountain reviewed by John M. Ford.
Issue #3, November 1988: Jack Womack's Terraplane reviewed by Bruce Sterling; Bruce Sterling's Islands in the Net reviewed by Brooks Landon; Susan Palwick, "I Was a Teenaged Crud Fan: Confessions of an Uptown Girl (pt. 3 of 3)"; Michael Swanwick, "Eight Short Fiction Reviews"; Joan D. Vinge's Catspaw reviewed by Loren J. MacGregor.
Issue #4, December 1988: Brooks Landon, "Genres in Collision: Philip Glass's 1000 Airplanes on the Roof as Science Fiction Music Theater"; Four excursions into UFOlogy reviewed by Paul Preuss; M. J. Engh, "Science Fiction Poetry: A Rejoinder"; Kathryn Cramer and Greg Cox, "Speaker for the Reticent"; Daniel M. Pinkwater Speaks.
Issue #5, January 1989: Ursula K. Le Guin, "Some Thoughts on Narrative"; Rachel Pollack's Unquenchable Fire reviewed by Gwyneth Jones; W. P. Kinsella's The Further Adventures of Slugger McBatt reviewed by Richard A. Lupoff; Kathryn Cramer, "Sincerity and Doom (pt. 4 of 4)"; reading lists by Greg Benford, Ellen Kushner, and Richard Kadrey.
Issue #6, February 1989: Samuel R. Delany, "Neither the Beginning Nor the End of Structuralism, Post-Structuralism, Semiotics, or Deconstruction for SF Readers: An Introduction (pt. 1 of 3)"; Susan Palwick, "The Last Unicorn: Magic as Metaphor"; Ursula K. Le Guin, "Science Fiction and the Future"; reading lists by Walter Jon Williams et al.
Issue #7, March 1989: David G. Hartwell, "An Interview with Theodore Sturgeon (pt. 1 of 2); Brian Stableford, "Henceforward: SF in the Theatre"; Richard C. Hoagland's The Monuments of Mars reviewed by Richard Lupoff; Kim Stanley Robinson's The Gold Coast and Green Mars reviewed by Donald M. Hassler.
Issue #8, April 1989: David Langford, "On High"; Jessica Amanda Salmonson, "Two Centuries of Women's Supernatural Stories"; Samuel R. Delany, "Neither the Beginning nor the End of Structuralism... (pt. 3 of 3)"; David G. Hartwell, "An Interview with Theodore Sturgeon (pt. 2 of 2)"; Rebecca Ore, "The Lost Audience."
Issue #9, May 1989: Brian Stableford, "To Bring in Fine Things: The Significance of Science Fiction Plots"; Kathryn Cramer, "Escher in Elfland: Logic, Fantasy & Criticism" (part 1 of 2); Two Views of "Kirinyaga": Lois Tilton, "Strangling the Baby"; Gordon Van Gelder, " 'Let's Go Look at the Natives' "; reading lists by Terry Bisson et al.
Issue #10, June 1989: Susan Palwick, "Recapitulating Phylogeny: A Roundabout Review of In the Chinks of the World Machine: Feminism and Science Fiction by Sarah Lefanu"; Patrick D. Murphy, " 'Gender Politics': Epithet or Accolade? Or, Feminist Sf and the Case of Joanna Russ"; Full Spectrum 2 reviewed by Kathryn Cramer.
Issue #11, July 1989: Alexei and Cory Panshin, "Universal Principles of Operation: from The World Beyond the Hill (pt. 1 of 3)"; Kathryn Cramer, "The New Generation Gap: A Study of SF Writers' Ages of Professional Entry into the Science Fiction Field for Six Decades of SF"; Gwyneth Jones, "Deconstructing the Starships".
Issue #12, August 1989: Robert Killheffer, "Striking a Balance: Robert Silverberg's Lord of Darkness, Dying Inside and Others"; Alexei and Cory Panshin, "Universal Principles of Operation (pt. 2 of 3)"; Michael Swanwick, "The Amateur Demographer Goes to the Bookstore"; Generational Saga: Responses to Kathryn Cramer's article "The New Generation Gap".