Issue #85, September 1995: Arthur Byron Cover, "Golden Age SF in Hollywood;" Allen Steele, "SF vs. The Thing;" Ray Davis, "Delany's Dirt, pt. 2;" Richard Cohen, "Kuttner Themes in Man Drowning;" Nebula Awards 29, edited by Pamela Sargent, reviewed by Gary Reger, H. Bruce Franklin's Future Perfect, reviewed by Brian Attebery, and more.
Issue #86, October 1995: Brian Stableford, "Discotheque for the Devil's Party;" F. Brett Cox, "Epiphanies of the Mind and Heart: John Kessel's Meeting in Infinity and Bruce Sterling's Globalhead;" Gene Wolfe, "A Critic at the Crossroad: Gregory Feeley's 'How Far to th' End of the World?';" Brian Aldiss, "All Those Big Machines;" and more.
Issue #87, November 1995: Gwyneth Jones, "C. S. Lewis and Tolkien: Writers for Children?"; Bill Adams's and Cecil Brook's The End of Fame, reviewed by Catherine Asaro; David Griffin, "Between Priest and Vision;" Brian Stableford, "Discotheque for the Devil's Party, pt. 2;" Gregory Benford's Matter's End, reviewed by Paul Levinson; and more.
Issue #88, December 1995: Bud Foote, "Verne's Paris in the Twentieth Century: The First Science Fiction Dystopia?"; Mark Rich, "'It Was A Wonderful Time': Outtakes: Kornblume: Kornbluthiana;" Jean-Louis Trudel, "French SF and SF in French: A Primer;" Rebecca Ore, "The First Time;" John Del Gaizo, "Missile Toe;" and more.
Issue # 89, January 1996: Joe Sanders, "The Forms I Move To Meet: Roger Zelazny's '24 Views of Mt. Fuji, by Hokusai';" "Love is the Plan, the Plan in What?: Eight Views of Plan 10 from Outer Space;" Candace Jane Dorsey, Being One's Own Pornographer;" Paul Park's Celestis, reviewed by Rachel Pollack; and more.
Issue #90, February 1996: Brian Stableford, "Deus Ex Machina: or, How to Achieve the Perfect Science-Fictional Climax;" Andrey Stolyarov, "The Red Dawn;" Kathleen Ann Goonan's Queen City Jazz, reviewed by Richard Terra; Samuel R. Delany's Atlantis: Three Tales, reviewed by Michael Bishop, and more.
Issue #91, March 1996: Arthur Byron Cover, "Twenty-Eight Stories by Twenty-Eight People: Full Spectrum 5;" Peter Nicholls, "The Books We Really Read;" Damien Broderick, "Thoughts on Gene Wolfe's Peace;" David Bratman, "How Many Books Wrote Isaac Asimov?"; and more.
Issue 92, April 1996: Damien Broderick, "Alternatives to the Main Trajectory;" David Alexander Smith, "No More Gor: A Conversation with John Norman;" Darrell Schweitzer, "Genuinely Prophetic Science Fiction?"; Ursula K. Le Guin's Four Ways to Forgiveness, reviewed by F. Brett Cox; recommended short fiction: 1995, and more.
Issue 93, May 1996: Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, "The Kikes of Peter's Town;" David Bratman, "Mervyn Peake, the Gormenghast Diptych, and Titus Alone" and "The Versions of Titus Alone;" Thomas Ligotti's The Agonizing Resurrection of Dr. Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales, reviewed by David Griffin, and more.
Issue 94, June 1996: Andy Duncan, "Think Like a Humanist: James Patrick Kelly's 'Think Like a Dinosaur' as a Satiric Rebuttal to Tom Godwin's 'The Cold Equations'; "The Autobiography of L. Sprague de Camp (excerpts);" Andrew Enstice, "Attachment to Ten Thousand Things: Neverness by David Zindell;" and more.
Issue 95, July 1996: Kathryn Locey, "Three Dreams, Seven Nights, and Gene Wolfe's Catholicism;" Alice K. Turner, "The Triumph of Menopause;" Gwyneth Evans, "'A Greater Universe': Landscape and the Intersection of Worlds by Charles Williams and John Cooper Powys;" plus reviews of Gregory Benford, Ian McDonald, Kim Newman; and more.