Science fiction magazine with stories from writers from all over the world; we have an interview with Charles Stross; first in a regular column by Steve Green; a story competition; SF Caledonia, with a science fiction story from John Buchan; and book reviews.
Keep you brain active with a few different sorts of puzzles, with many original one interspersed with the odd quiz questions (to keep your memory muscle amused), lateral thinking puzzles and wordy interludes and few of the better known puzzles and riddles from history with a little background to their origins.
A remarkable and striking B-listed roadside cross in Perthshire in Scotland is painted with the words
AS A WITCH 1657′
Maggie Wall has subsequently become the most famous witch in Scotland, featuring in folklore, folk history and modern pagan belief alike.
Which is strange, seeing as she never existed.
This is the story of the Witch Who Never Was.
England v Scotland is the world football’s oldest rivalry, and this fascinating book tells the story of how it all began. Sports historian Andy Mitchell, former head of communications at the Scottish FA, has researched the events that led to the creation of a global phenomenon. He brings to life the players who set the ball rolling in first international in Glasgow on 30 November 1872.
‘Let’s Build a Human Being’ is a fun physiology book with a difference. Whilst textbooks inform you about each of the organs of the body and their functions, this straight forward book goes one step further by looking at the reasons behind the intricate design and biological processes that are present in the human species.
"Professor MacIntyre is Missing!"
A collection of tales from Edinburgh never before revealed. These include: the Mysterious Lollipop Man who entices innocent cyclists to their peril; watch out for the the enterprising nesting skills of Michael Garrett; read about the Man Who Waited; and discover the origin of the sinister rock beside the Water of Leith in Craiglockhart Dell.