Our March 2005 issue features a mixed bag of stories light and dark, by authors old and new. A highlight, of course, is Part II of Jack Williamsons The Stonehenge Gate, but we also introduce a promising newcomer or two, along with stories by more familiar names like James Glass and Carl Frederick. "Acts of Conscience," Shane Tourtellottes latest entry in his "First Impressions" series, raises the particularly intriguing dilemma: what if conscience itself can be chosen?
The prolific and popular Richard A. Lovett is back yet again, this time with nonfiction on "The Prehistory of Global Change." There is much consternation in the world today about the possibility that were on the brink of a worldwide climate shift. That may be, and it may be inconvenientbut dont kid yourself that its new!