Matrix, March/April 2005

Editor(s): Tom Hunter  Claire Weaver  Martin McGrath   
Pages: 32, A4
Price: 2.25
Cover: uncredited
Notes: #172


Editorial
  On Reading New Books - Steve Aylett   

Columns
  News - Claire Weaver  Martin McGrath  Tom Weaver   
  World of Science - Roderick Gladwish   
  Flicker (Film/TV News) - Martin McGrath   
  Foundation Favourites, Number 13: Distant Music - K. V. Bailey - Andy Sawyer   
  Mediatations - Martin McGrath   
  Pulpitations: Under Cover (Nemonymous; Scheherazade) - Roderick Gladwish   
  Resonances: Across The Universe - Stephen Baxter   
  Watch This Webspace (Emerald City) - Martin Sketchley   
  Checkpoint: Everyday Life in the Fan Household - Mark Plummer   
  BSFA Awards: Election Year 2005 - Claire Brialey   
  Incoming - Claire Weaver  Martin McGrath   
  Encounters - Del Cotter   
  Rage Against... 2001: A Space Odyssey - William Mitchell   
  Crossword 172: Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets - Martin McGrath   

Film Reviews
  The New Black (Sin City; The Revenge of the Sith; Batman Begins) - Tom Hunter   
  Deep Blue Must See (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zisou) - Martin McGrath   
  Comic Heroine Down-'Sai'sed (Elektra) - Martin McGrath   
  Phoggy Plotting (Steamboy) - Martin McGrath   
  Sci-Fi London (Film Festival) - Martin McGrath   
  Glasgow Kitsch (The Purifiers) - Lalith Vipulananth   
  Bone Machine (The Machinist) - Martin McGrath   
  A Glimpse of Our Future (Appleseed; Wonderful Days) - Martin McGrath   
  Far, Far Away... Again (Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars) - Martin McGrath   
  Reality Bites Back (Series 7: The Contenders) - Martin Lewis   
  Battlestar Burns Bright (Battlestar Galactica) - Martin McGrath   
  Tapes from the Crypt: Killer Klowns from Outer Space - Martin McGrath   

Interviews
  A Secret Life - Glasgow 2005    by Claire Weaver
  No Limits To Enchantment - Diana Wynne Jones    Matrix
  Angels and Visitations - Gary Gibson    Tom Weaver

Articles
  Remembering Will Eisner - Mark Roberts   



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