March, 2004 (Vol. I: #3)
There's good news and there's bad news...
The Man Behind Your Audiobooks
A look behind the scenes of a sometimes-forgotten, but increasingly-popular format for science fiction.
Science Fiction is alive and well in the U.K., and Lavie Tidhar recaps the highlights of 2003.
Godzilla and the Japanese Ghost
Johnson shows that Godzilla movies are not just cheesy C-grade entertainment, but also interesting adaptations of ancient Japanese folk traditions.
Ray Vukcevich, Secret Master of Style
Jau Lake, no stranger to style himself, analyzes one of this year's Nebula nominees.
The Role of Star Trek Fan Fiction in the Creation of Star Trek: The Next Generation
The topic of fan fiction returns to IROSF, this month in a more academic context as David Gardner explores some interesting connections between fan fiction and the object of its inspiration.
Although it will be a good year before any of these are up for nomination, Bluejack thinks there are some award-worthy stories this month.
Exploring Sharon Shinn's "Samaria" Novels
Join Elizabeth Barrette for a close up look at Sharon Shinn's strange blend of science, religion, and fantasy .