Issue #61, September 1993: Michael Bishop, "Read This: An Extended-Play Self-Indulgence"; Jean-Louis Trudel, "The Québec Scene"; John Clute's and Peter Nicholls's The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction reviewed by David G. Hartwell; Robert Bloch's Once Around the Bloch reviewed by Richard A. Lupoff; reading list by Michael Blumlein.
Issue #62, October 1993: David G. Hartwell, "Hard Science Fiction"; The Norton Book of Science Fiction, edited by Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery, reviewed by Brian Stableford; Nancy Kress's Beggars in Spain reviewed by John Clute; Gwyneth Jones's White Queen reviewed by Howard Hendrix; reading list by Gordon Van Gelder.
Issue #63, November 1993: Sarah Smith, "Electronic Fiction: The State of the Art"; Kathryn Cramer, "On Science and Science Fiction"; James Tiptree, Jr., "A Genius Darkly: A Letter to Ted White on Philip K. Dick"; Alexander Jablokov's Nimbus reviewed by Shira Daemon; William Gibson's Virtual Light reviewed by Jonathan Lethem.
Issue #64, December 1993: John Clute, "Marrying Out: The Year in SF, 1992"; Dan Simmons's Lovedeath reviewed by Stefan Dziemianowicz; Terry Bisson's Bears Discover Fire reviewed by Karen Joy Fowler; Janeen Webb, The Vampire of Shalott; Eleanor Arnason's Ring of Swords reviewed by Lisa Tuttle; reading lists by Paul Preuss and Poppy Z. Brite.
Issue #65, January 1994: Gregory Benford, "Real Science, Imaginary Worlds"; Worried Correspondents, "Miss Manners of Fantasy"; Haruki Murakami's The Elephant Vanishes reviewed by Michael Bishop; Lewis Shiner's Glimpses reviewed by Ray Davis; Jonathan Carroll's After Silence reviewed by Gregory Feeley; recommended books of 1993.
Issue #66, February 1994: Stuart Moulthrop, "Electronic Fictions and `The Lost Game of Self` "; Joyce Carol Oates, "Reflections on the Grotesque"; James Patrick Kelly's Wildlife reviewed by Howard V. Hendrix; Robin Roberts's A New Species: Gender and Science in Science Fiction reviewed by Melissa Scott; recommended short fiction of 1993.
Issue #67, March 1994: Michael Bishop, "James Morrow and Towing Jehovah"; Brian Aldiss, "Elsewhere, Elsewhat?"; Peter Beagle's The Innkeeper's Song reviewed by Susan Palwick; Jonathan Lethem's Gun, With Occasional Music reviewed by Marc Laidlaw; Michael Blumlein's X, Y reviewed by John Clute; reading lists by Nancy Kress et al.
Issue #68, April 1994: David G. Hartwell, "Aspects of Hard Science Fiction"; Kim Stanley Robinson's Green Mars reviewed by Paul Preuss; Suzy McKee Charnas's The Furies reviewed by Gwyneth Jones; Thomas Ligotti's Noctuary reviewed by Stefan Dziemianowicz; John Crowley's Antiquities: Seven Stories reviewed by Michael Bishop.
Issue #69, May 1994: John McDaid, "Luddism, Sf, and the Aesthetics of Electronic Fiction"; Harlan Ellison's Angry Candy reviewed by Gene Wolfe; Felisberto Hernández's Piano Stories reviewed by Thomas Wiloch; The Year's Best Science Fiction, Tenth Annual Collection, edited by Gardner Dozois, reviewed by Arthur Byron Cover.
Issue #70, June 1994: Special Philip K. Dick Issue! Paul C. Tumey, "The First Annual Philip K. Dick Convention: Opening Address"; "Philip K. Dick: The Greatest Novels" (panel); "Memories and Visions: Fans and Fellow Writers Remember Philip K. Dick"; plus James Patrick Kelly's first "Brief Encounters: The Magazine Review"; more reviews.
Issue #71, July 1994: Brian Stableford, "The Last Chocolate Bar and the Majesty of Truth: Reflections on the concept of `Hardness' in Science Fiction (Part I)"; Melissa Scott's Trouble and Her Friends reviewed by John Clute; Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower reviewed by Nicola Griffith; reading lists by Suzy McKee Charnas and John Crowley.
Issue #72, August 1994: Richard Gess, "Notes on Hypertext: One Artist's State, 1992-1994"; Charles Platt, "Why Hypertext Doesn't Really Work"; Don Webb, "The Future Book"; Jack Cady's Inagehi and The Sons of Noah reviewed by Fred Chappell; Brian Stableford, "The Last Chocolate Bar . . . (Part II)"; reading lists by Ellen Datlow et alia.