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Art Blue brings us the feature story this month in his most ambitious effort to help us all understand the one thing we've never before experienced: the Future. Call him a futurologist, computer historian, patron of the arts, Art Blue has a passion for virtual worlds and the creative forces that drive them. Not content to protect the virtual art of the best creators on the grid, Art now ventures forth with his own exhibition, Moonrezzer, sponsored by Linden Endowment for the Arts. I assure you, nothing I can say can prepare you for Moonrezzer. You simply need to see it for yourself. Stargazer Daylight has struck gold again in the fashion world, this time capturing a few moments with Bai Nightfire, a model relatively new to the virtual modeling scene, but who has certainly found her calling. Stargazer has a way of bringing out the best in her interviews, and her chat with Bai Nightfire is another example of her fine work. We include a poem by Will Blake, Say, River, probably one of the finest voices in any world, in any medium. Let Blake's words flow over you, and don't be surprised if they're still there tomorrow. Emily Hamelin has written a trilogy called The Silence After, and her second installment appears in this month's issue. Emily writes with a smart, easy-flowing style that particularly suits this story of a female assassin with a brain to match her seductive charms. Sailing the Virtual Seas is this month's contribution by Hitomi Tamatzui, who not only finds the most fascinating locales to write about, but she accompanies them with her dazzling photography, making us always look forward to her next adventures. Myra Wildmist comes back to rez this month with an eye-opening look at the Medici University, an artist colony immersed in a postmodern environment. Myra's images and descriptions of the history and mission statement of Medici University certainly make us want to go back to school, this time willingly. Harry Bailey (aka The Perfect Gentleman) goes back to his strength: music from yesteryear. Who would you rather explore the 50s sim, Runaround Sue's, with than one of the most knowledgeable people of that era. And how much fun is it to see all the poodle skirts dancing to Buddy Holly? And to bring this month's issue to a close, Crap Mariner had trouble sleeping. And when that happens, you can be assured that someone is going to pay. Please enjoy this month's issue.