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I fell in love with this issue from the very first story (featuring a disabled character, to boot!) and think any fan of SF will enjoy this.
Highlights for me among the new fiction included:
- Nick T. Chan's "Salto Mortal"
- Brian K. Hudson's "Digital Medicine"
- Terence Taylor's "Wilson's Singularity"
- Fabio Fernandes's "Other Metamorphoses"
- T.S. Bazelli's "The Peacemaker"
- S.B. Divya's "Binaries" (probably my fave story in the whole lot)
More than general sci-fi, "time" seems to be an undercurrent theme thrumming through most of these works. I'm not sure if it was intentional, but I was always aware of the passing of time and cycles, and it really blew my mind how well all these stories worked together.