Issue #73, September 1994: Bernadette Bosky, "Haunting and Healing: Memory and Guilt in the Fiction of Peter Straub"; The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard Science Fiction, edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, reviewed by Brian Attebery; Michael Bishop's Brittle Innings reviewed by Gordon Van Gelder; more.
Issue #74, October 1994: Damien Broderick, "Minds, Modes, Models, Modules"; Russell Blackford, "Hi-tech, Samuel R. Delany, and the Transhuman Condition"; Gene Wolfe's Bibliomen reviewed by Don Webb; Brian W. Aldiss, "Between Privy and Universe: Aldous Huxley (1894-1963)"; reading lists by Jack Cady, M. John Harrison, et al.
Issue #75, November 1994: David Alexander Smith, "He. Asimov: The Good Doctor as Seen Through His Late Works (Part I)"; Joyce Carol Oates's Haunted: Tales of the Grotesque reviewed by Stefan Dziemianowicz; The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Seventh Annual Collection, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, reviewed by David Griffin.
Issue #76, December 1994: Paul Preuss, "Loopholes in the Net: Ruminations on Hard Sf"; Karen J. Bartlett, "Subversive Desire: Sex and Ethics in Delany's Dhalgren"; Spells of Enchantment: The Wondrous Fairy Tales of Western Culture, edited by Jack Zipes, reviewed by William M. Schuyler, Jr.; Vonda N. McIntyre's Nautilus reviewed by Joseph Milicia.
Issue #77, January 1995: Gwyneth Jones, "The Journey Through Sumatra"; The Norton Book of Ghost Stories, edited by Brad Leithauser, and his Seward, reviewed by Michael Bishop; Ursula K. Le Guin's A Fisherman of the Inland Sea reviewed by Darrell Schweitzer; Greg Bear's Moving Mars reviewed by Philip E. Smith; recommended books of 1994.
Issue #78, February 1995: Brian Stableford, "How Should a Science Fiction Story End?"; Marc Zaldivar, "Delany's Neveryóna: Re(textu)ality"; The REdiscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith, edited by James A. Mann, reviewed by Earl Wells; Iain M. Banks's Feersum Endjinn reviewed by Rob Latham.
Issue #79, March 1995: Michael A. Morrison, "After the Danse: Horror at the End of the Century"; Alice Mills, "Burning Women in Ursula K. Le Guin's Tehanu"; H.P. Lovecraft's Miscellaneous Writings reviewed by Richard A. Lupoff; John Crowley's Love and Sleep reviewed by John Clute; Nancy Kress's Beggars and Choosers reviewed by Gwyneth Jones.
Issue #80, April 1995: Arthur D. Hlavaty, "The Politics of Glory: The New SF Grandmasters"; Frederik Pohl, "Last and First Men"; Scott Bukatman's Terminal Identity: The Virtual Subject in Postmodern Science Fiction reviewed by Rob Latham; Jack Womack's Random Acts of Senseless Violence reviewed by Stefan Dziemianowicz.
Issue #81, May 1995: Damien Broderick, "Transreality: Beyond Imagination"; Carter Scholz, "Dance of Shadows"; Connie Willis's Remake, reviewed by Paul Preuss; Charles McNair's Land O'Goshen, reviewed by Michael Bishop; David J. Schow's Black Leather Required, reviewed by David Griffin; Jeff Noon's Vurt, reviewed by Marc Laidlaw; Jeff Noon's Vurt, reviewed by Kathleen Ann Goonan; Allen Steele's The Jericho Iteration, reviewed by Gary Reger; Allen Steele's The Jericho Iteration, reviewed by Pascal J. Thomas.
Issue #82, June 1995: Jack Dann, "The Memory Cathedral"; Joe Sanders, "Space Opera Reconsidered"; David Drake, "Intolerance"; Jim Jung, "Armed Mammary"; William Hjortsberg's Nevermore, reviewed by Richard A. Lupoff; William J. Widders's The Fiction of L. Ron Hubbard, reviewed by David G. Hartwell; Dave Wolverton's L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume X, reviewed by Michael M. Levy; Paul Di Filippo's The Steampunk Trilogy, reviewed by Howard V. Hendrix; Lisa Goldstein's Travellers in Magic, reviewed by Brian Stableford; Isaac Asimov's Gold, reviewed by Earl Wells; Stanislaw Lem's Peace on Earth, reviewed by Richard Terra.
Issue #83, July 1995: "How Far Is Too Far? An Open Letter From John Norman"; Ellen R. Weil, "1968 and Joe Haldeman's Moral Theatre"; Joan Gordon, "1968: Fragging The Wars"; Neal Stephenson's The Diamond Age, reviewed by Tom Shippey; Stephen Baxter's Flux, reviewed by Leonard Rysdyk; Karl Edward Wagner's The Year's Best Horror Stories XXII, reviewed by Stefan Dziemianowicz; Ian McDonald's Terminal Café, reviewed Joe Sanders; Cherry Wilder's Dealers in Light and Darkness, reviewed by Don Webb; Ramsey Campbell's The Long Lost, reviewed by Marc Laidlaw; Guy Gavriel Kay's The Lions of Al-Rassan, reviewed by Douglas Barbour.