This is the July 2022 issue of Salon Futura. Here are the contents.
- Cover: Tower of the King’s Daughter: This issue's cover is by Ben Baldwin
- Embertide: Book three of Liz Williams' Fallow Sisters is out. Cheryl snapped it up immediately.
- Infomocracy: Science fiction political thrillers are Cheryl's jam. Why has she not read this book before?
- Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: Crazy people, sorcerors, and probably with very good reason.
- Thor: Love and Thunder: Every Marvel film looks to do something different. This one is gloriously ridiculous.
- A Prayer for the Crown-Shy: Sibling Dex and Mosscap continue their examination of human and robot society
- John Hertz’s Westercon Notebook: Westercon 74 took place this month. Cheryl couldn't be there, but John Hertz was.
- Virtual Westercon 74: Westercon 74 was a hybrid convention. What did it look like from the UK?
- Ms Marvel: Marvel's latest teenage superhero is absolutely delightful.
- A Mirror Mended: The sequel to A Spindle Splintered is out. How does it measure up?
- Finncon 2022: Finland's national SF convention is taking place in person again
- This Year’s Hugo Nonsense: Another year, another bunch of people yelling on social media about the Hugos. What's up this time?
- Editorial – July 2022: A reminder, there is no issue in August.