This is the November 2021 issue of Salon Futura. Here are the contents.
- Cover: Spacecraft & Planet: This issue's cover is Spacecraft and Planet by Steve Bidmead
- Deep Wheel Orcadia: Books by trans poets are all the rage these days, it seems. This one is written in the Orcadian dialect.
- Spear: Nicola Griffith takes on Arthuriana. Cheryl approves.
- Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: A lot has changed at Marvel since the Kung Fu craze of the 1970s. Shang-Chi is a better character for it.
- Far From the Light of Heaven: The latest Tade Thompson novel is a murder mystery set in deep space
- World Fantasy 2021: Cheryl braved international air travel to attend the World Fantasy Convention in Montréal
- Black Widow: Marvel, and Cheryl, pay a fond farewell to the inimitable Natasha Romanoff
- Upright Women Wanted: Sarah Gailey's Hugo Finalist novella suggests that in the post-apocalyptic future we will all need librarians
- The BristolCon Art Show: Art shows are hard to do virtually. Has BristolCon found a solution?
- LosCon 47 in VR: Can you hold a virtual convention in Virtual Reality? Cheryl investigates.
- Editorial – November 2021: Worldcon is almost upon us, but the future of conventions is as murky as ever