This is the September 2023 issue of Salon Futura. Here are the contents.
- Cover: The Green Man’s Quarry: This issue's cover is the amazing art that Ben Baldwin produced for the new Juliet McKenna novel, The Green Man's Quarry
- Mammoths at the Gates: Nghi Vo returns to the world of Cleric Chih and the Singing Hills Monastery. Naturally Cheryl is right there with her.
- Tolkien, Race and Cultural History: Was Tolkien a racist or a 'man of his time'? Dimitra Fimi adds much needed nuance to this popular question.
- The Man Who Fled the Nazis and Fought the Martians: Raz Greenberg looks at the science fiction television produced by director, Rudolph Cartier
- Follow Me: Religion in Fantasy & Science Fiction: The latest in the Academia Lunare series looks at how SF&F treats gods and their worshippers.
- Glorious Angels: This fine novel from Justina Robson has just got its first US publication, so we are re-printing Cheryl's review of the UK edition from 2015
- Where the Drowned Girls Go: Seanan McGuire's Wayward Children series continues in fine form, and is a worthy finalist for the Best Novella Hugo
- What Moves the Dead: Cheryl continues her Hugo reading with an offering from T Kingfisher
- FantasyCon: It was back to Birmingham for FantasyCon this year. Will they have finished digging up the streets?
- Babylon 5: The Road Home: Babylon 5 is back, with a new animated movie. Watch it, or Commander Ivanova will want to know why.
- The Pleasure of Drowning: Fantasy from Luxembourg? Why not? It is a fantastic place. And who better to be our guide than Jean Bürlesk?
- Titans: Season 4: Time is up for Dick, Cory and the team. What does their final season hold in store?
- Editorial – September 2023: Cheryl has had a busy month, and there is a new Green Man book on the way