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This is Issue #29 of Salon Futura. Here are the contents:


  • Cover: Three Twins at the Crater School: Another fabulous Ben Baldwin cover, this one for Craz Brenchley's Three Twins at the Crater School

  • A Desolation Called Peace: A review of A Desolation Called Peace, Arkady Martine's follow up to last year''s Hugo-winning novel, A Memory Called Empire

  • The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Cheryl's massively spoilerific review of Marvel's latest TV series, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

  • Victories Greater Than Death: A review of the new YA novel from Charlie Jane Anders, Victories Greater than Death

  • A Winter Worldcon: This year's Worldcon will be held in December rather than August. What does this mean, especially for those of us who can't attend? Also, Site Selection Controversy!

  • Advanced Triggernometry: A review of the latest fantasy Western novella from Stark Holborn, Advanced Triggernometry

  • Your 2021 Hugo Award Finalists: Cheryl takes a look through the finalists for this year's Hugo Awards

  • Rev: A review of the third and final volume in Madeline Ashby's Machine Dynasty series, Rev

  • Shadow of a Dead God: A review of Shadow of a Dead God, a fantasy novel by Patrick Samphire

  • Soul: A review of Pixar's Oscar-winning and Hugo Finalist animated film, Soul

  • Editorial – April 2021: Cheryl is a Hugo Finalist again

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