Matrix, September/October 2003

Editor(s): Mark Greener  Martin McGrath   
Pages: 28, A4
Price: 2.25
Cover: uncredited
Notes: #163


Editorial
  Welcome, - Mark Greener  Martin McGrath   

Columns
  Rage Against the... people who like SF - Martin McGrath   
  News - Mark Greener  Roderick Gladwish  Martin McGrath  Andrew M. Butler   
  Flicker (Film/TV News) - Martin McGrath   
  Goggle Boxes - Martin McGrath   
  World of Science - Roderick Gladwish   
  Checkpoint: Interaction stations - Mark Plummer   
  Foundation Favourites, Number 4: The Outcast Manufacturers by Charles Fort - Andy Sawyer   
  Pulpitations (The Third Alternative; Quantum Muse; Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine) - Roderick Gladwish   
  Pulpitations (Albedo One) - Martin McGrath   
  Resonances: A faithful servant (Galileo) - Stephen Baxter   
  Fandom: Once upon a time in the Midlands (Novacon) - Steve Green   
  An Ironing Board on a Duck Pond: Back Brain Recorded - Martin Sketchley   
  Spinnerets: Odd world - Martin Sketchley   
  Orbiter: Changing Orbits - Gillian Rooke   
  BSFA Awards - Claire Brialey   
  Out of Focus - Simon Morden   
  Conventional news (Conventions) - uncredited   
  Beeblebear's picnic (Groups) - Del Cotter   
  Competition 163 - John Ollis   
  Crossword 163 - Martin McGrath   

Film Reviews
  A league of very ordinary gentlemen (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) - Martin McGrath   
  Governor Arnold's last hurrah? (Terminator 3) - Martin McGrath   
  Spiritual (Spirited Away) - Martin McGrath   
  Yo Ho Ho and a barrel of fun! (Pirates of the Caribbean) - Martin McGrath   
  Identity Crisis (Cypher) - Martin Lewis   
  A sin and pretty bad (Sinbad) - Martin McGrath   
  The Matrix Reanimated (The Animatrix) - Martin Lewis   
  Tapes from the Crypt: The Day The World Ended DVD - Martin McGrath   
  Dead on (The Dead Zone) - Martin McGrath   

Articles
  Return of The Ring - Jessica Yates   
  Ireland's favourite Irish books - Padraig O Mealoid   

Letters
  Jeff Gardiner - Brian Aldiss   
  Jeff Gardiner - David Curl   



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