Issue #13, September 1989: Samuel R. Delany, "How Not to Teach Science Fiction"; Joan Slonczewski, "The Central Paradox in An Alien Light by Nancy Kress"; Alexei and Cory Panshin, "Universal Principles of Operation" from The World Beyond the Hill (pt. 3 of 3); "The New Generation Gap" responses from L. Sprague de Camp, Larry Niven, et al.
Issue #14, October 1989: Alexei and Cory Panshin, "A New Moral Order" from The World Beyond the Hill (pt. I); Michael Swanwick, "Three Short Fiction Reviews"; "The New Generation Gap" responses from Marta Randall, Jack Williamson, James Gunn et al; Jim Crace's The Strength of Stones reviewed by Paul Preuss.
Issue #15, November 1989: John Crowley, "The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart"; John Crowley's Novelty reviewed by Jennifer K. Stevenson; Alexei and Cory Panshin, "A New Moral Order" (pt. II); Gene Wolfe's Soldier of Arete reviewed by Robert Killheffer; reading lists by Eileen Gunn, Paul J. McAuley, et al.
Issue #16, December 1989: Robert Killheffer, "After Winning the War: Fantasy & Science Fiction's Fortieth Anniversary" (pt. 1 of 2); P. R. Graucho, Ian Grump, Todt Achtungherr, et al, "Un-Nuclear Simmer: The Effect on Global Media of a Major Nuclear Bore"; Alexei and Cory Panshin, "A New Moral Order" from The World Beyond the Hill (pt. III).
Issue #17, January, 1990: Frederik Pohl, "The Law of the Raft"; Adrian Cole, "The Vulgariad: An Epic in the Making"; Michael R. Collings, "New Words for New Worlds"; James Morrow's Only Begotten Daughter reviewed by Brian Stableford; Ellen Datlow's Blood Is Not Enough reviewed by Richard A. Lupoff; reading list by Christopher Hinz.
Issue #18, February 1990: Kathleen L. Spencer, "The 'Monstrous Regiment': Mythologies of The Other in British Fantastic Fiction 1880-1920"; Patrick D. Murphy, "The Left Hand of the Pilgrim: Joanna Russ's Contributions to Criticism"; Jim Young, "Before the Dawn: Weinbaum, Campbell, and the Invention of Modern Science Fiction (pt. I)".
Issue #19, March 1990: Phillip C. Jennings, "An Interview with Bruce Bethke"; Daniel M. Pinkwater's Fish Whistle reviewed by Gene Wolfe; Kathleen L. Spencer, "The 'Monstrous Regiment'" (pt. II); Jim Young, "Before the Dawn (pt. II)"; Robert A. Heinlein's Grumbles from the Grave, reviewed by Sam Moskowitz and by Richard A. Lupoff.
Issue #20, April 1990: Jessica Amanda Salmonson, "Amazon Heroic Fantasy: An Overview"; Frank Dietz, "Everyperson in Nowhereland: Characters in Contemporary American Utopias"; Charles Platt, "Quantum Fiction: A Blueprint for Avoiding Literary Obsolescence"; Rob Swigart, "NITS and DRITS"; S. P. Somtow's Moon Dance reviewed by Greg Cox.
Issue #21, May 1990: Frederik Pohl, "Rio Plus Twenty"; Dave Langford, "Muddying the Waters"; Poul Anderson's The Boat of a Million Years reviewed by John G. Cramer; The New Yolk Review of Scientifiction (parody) including: Robert Killheffer, "Hogwash: The Pig in Fantasy Literature"; James Morrow, "Doom and Digression" and many reviews.
Issue #22, June 1990: Justin Leiber, "Riding the Void Captain's Torch Through Essex House"; Kathryn Hume, "Making Love with the System: Sexualizing Technology-with-a-Capital-T"; Jessica Amanda Salmonson, "The Optimist and the Cynic"; Dan Simmons' Hyperion reviewed by Robert Killheffer; Michael Swanwick, "Two Short Fiction Reviews."
Issue #23, July 1990: Samuel R. Delany, "Science and Literature"; Greg Cox, "Excerpts from The Transylvanian Library: A Consumer's Guide to Vampire Fiction"; Howard Mittelmark, "An Interview with Orson Scott Card"; Nancy Kress's Brain Rose reviewed by Tony Daniel; K. W. Jeter's Death Arms reviewed by Glenn Grant; reading list by Gordon Eklund.
Issue #24, August 1990: Samuel R. Delany, "Modernism, Postmodernism, Science Fiction"; Kathryn Cramer, "Literary Architecture: An Introduction to Walls of Fear"; Dave Myers, "The Clarion Paradigm: A Scarecrow"; Gene Wolfe's Castleview reviewed by John Clute; Joe Haldeman's The Hemingway Hoax reviewed by Charles Platt.