Issue #37, September 1991: James Cappio, "Through the Momus Glass: James P. Blaylock's The Paper Grail"; Arinn Dembo, "Impassion'd Clay: Tim Powers' The Stress of Her Regard"; Kate Wilhelm's Death Qualified and Damon Knight's A Reasonable World reviewed by Frank Dietz; Candas Jane Dorsey, "Deconstructing Deconstructing Vietnam."
Issue #38, October 1991: Alexei Panshin, "When the Quest Ended"; Paul Park, "The Shadow of Hard Science Fiction"; Alexander Jablokov's Carve the Sky reviewed by Brian Stableford; Michael Swanwick, "Storyteller Rock" (Ninth in a series of "Writing in My Sleep"); Peter Emshwiller's The Host reviewed by Bryan Cholfin; reading list by Tom Maddox.
Issue #39, November 1991: David G. Hartwell, "Notes on the Evolution of Horror Literature"; Joe Sanders, "At the Frontiers of the Fantastic: Thomas Harris's The Silence of the Lambs"; Pamela Dean's Tam Lin reviewed by Delia Sherman; Carol Emshwiller's The Start of the End of It All reviewed by Gwyneth Jones; reading list by Kathryn Cramer.
Issue #40, December 1991: Nicholas Ruddick, "Is There Any British Science Fiction? A Serious Inquiry"; Frederik Pohl, "Is SFWA Real?"; Eduardo Galleano's The Book of Embraces reviewed by Rachel Pollack; David G. Hartwell, "The Best SF of the '70s"; Karen Joy Fowler's Sarah Canary reviewed by John Clute; reading list by Jonathan Carroll.
Issue #41, January 1992: James Morrow, "A Meditation on War Stars: The Superweapon and the American Imagination by H. Bruce Franklin"; Patrick McGrath's and Bradford Morrow's (eds.) The New Gothic reviewed by Gene Wolfe; Barry Parker's Cosmic Time Travel reviewed by Larry Niven; Jack Vance's Ecce and Old Earth reviewed by Arthur B. Cover.
Issue #42, February 1992: David Ketterer, "The Establishment of Canadian Science Fiction" (pt. 1 of 2); Michael Swanwick, "Nine Short Fiction Reviews" ; Michael Swanwicks Gravity's Angels reviewed by Alexander Jablokov, Fred Chappell's More Shapes Than One reviewed by Darrell Schweitzer; Alexei Panshin, "Greater Work and Lesser Work."
Issue #43, March 1992: Frank Dietz, "An Interview with Bruce Bethke"; J. G. Ballard's The Kindness of Women reviewed by Charles Platt; Marge Piercy's He, She and It reviewed by John Clute; David Ketterer, "The Establishment of Canadian Science Fiction" (pt. 2); reading lists by Phyllis Gotlieb, Élisabeth Vonarburg, et al.
Issue #44, April 1992: James Cappio, "A Long Guide to K.W. Jeter"; Robert Killheffer, "The Legacy of Columbus: The Lost Raot;Nine Short Fiction Reviews (pt. 2)"; Geoff Ryman's The Child Garden reviewed by Bruce Holland Rogers; reading lists by David A. Smith and Don Keller.
Issue #45, May 1992: Brian Stableford, "C.S. Lewis and the Decline of Scientific Romance"; Barry N. Malzberg, "Some Reflections on Freud, Fantasy & the Jewish Condition"; Jonathan Carroll's Outside the Dog Museum reviewed by Rachel Pollack; Tom Maddox's Halo reviewed by Leonard Rysdyk; reading lists by Steve Rasnic Tem and James Cappio.
Issue #46, June 1992: Joan Gordon, "Autobiographical Science Fiction and Möbius Strips: Joe Haldeman's The Hemingway Hoax"; Allen Steele, "Hard Again"; Howard V. Hendrix, "Memories of the Sun, Perceptions of Eclipse";Larry Dark's The Literary Ghost reviewed by Brian Stableford; Tim Powers's Last Call reviewed by Kevin Helfenbein.
Issue #47, July 1992: Damien Broderick, "Reading SF as a Mega-Text"; Peter J. Heck, Greg Cox, and Shira Daemon, "Three Views of Two Guys From the Future"; Susan Palwick, "Believing (In) Fiction"; Ramsey Campbell's Waking Nightmares reviewed by Stefan Dziemianowicz; Earl Wells, "The Rule of the Game", reading list by Geoff Ryman.
Issue #48, August 1992: Samuel R. Delany, "Zelazny/Varley/Gibsonand Quality"; Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fifth Annual Collection reviewed by Arthur Byron Cover; Robert Sheckley, "Memories of the Fifties" (pt. I); Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash reviewed by Gwyneth Jones and by Howard Hendrix.