This is the November 2019 issue of Salon Futura. Here are the contents.
- Cover: Space Station: This issue's cover is by Steve Bidmead, used under a Creative Common licence
- Editorial – November 2019: We've made it to four issues. Hugo eligibility! Huzzah!
- The Ten Thousand Doors of January: A review of The Ten Thousand Doors of January, the debut novel by Hugo-winning short story writer, Alix E Harrow.
- The Future of Another Timeline: A review of Analee Newitz's novel, The Future of Another Timeline.
- Infinite Detail: A review of Tim Maughan's debut novel, Infinite Detail.
- The Rosewater Redemption: A review of the third and final part of Tade Thompson's Rosewater series, The Rosewater Redemption
- The Deep: A review of the novella, The Deep, written by Rivers Solomon and based on the Hugo-finalist clipping song of the same name.
- Interview – Rivers Solomon: An interview with Rivers Solomon, mainly about the book, The Deep.
- The Exile Waiting: A review of Handheld Press's re-issue of Vonda McIntyre's debut novel, The Exile Waiting.
- Interview – Kathryn Allan: An interview with Kathryn Allan from 2014. The main topic is Allan's work on themes of disability in science fiction.
- What Can WSFS Do?: What exactly is the World Science Fiction Society, and why does it so often fail to respond to fannish controversies?
- The Forbidden Stars: A review of the concluding volume of Tim Pratt's Books of the Axiom, The Forbidden Stars.
- Silver in the Wood: A review of the novella, Silver in the Wood, by Emily Tesh
- BristolCon 2019: Cheryl's report on the annual SF&F convention in Bristol.