The actual magazine is a small digest format, with impeccable cover and interior design. It was packed with a collection of fantasy and SF stories. A few highlights:
- Oscar's Temple, by Stephen L. Moss, is a great read about a near-future world with aliens. The titular aliens are named for the "Oscar the Grouch" character in "Sesame Street" if that gives you a hint.
- Bluebeard, by Angela Slatter, is more of an urban fantasy story about a girl, her mother and the family that "helps" them. It's definitely not for kids, but quite gripping.
- Urban Renewal, by Tom Pendergrass, is a neat twist on the old "Woman in a Shoe" story, told in the form of memos to a corrupt mayor by various staff members. It's chuckle-inducing, so be careful where you read it.