This issue is slightly earlier in the month than usual. That’s because I wanted it out in time for Worldcon, which has recently started.
It being Worldcon, there is a huge amount going on already. I’m struggling to keep up.
Of course I’m used to virtual cons by now. There are a whole lot of people struggling with the technology. I’m sure we will all learn a lot from this experience. At least I hope we do because, as I explain elsewhere in this issue, we really need to make a go of online conventions. Real world ones are getting too dangerous and/or difficult for too many people.