February: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
I'm in the stars when I'm messing around... around in cars!
March (F/F Special): Some Enchanted Evening
Make some magic on the dance floor, whether figuratively or literally.
April: ¿Cómo se dice...?
Translation issues, language barriers, and the universal vocabulary of sexy times. (The title literally means, 'How do you say...?')
A special note for this issue: We've got a lot of writers contributing to the project whose primary language isn't English. (You wouldn't know it, because they're so good at what they do, but it's true!) For this, we'd like to invite them -- and anyone else who wants to join them -- to turn in stories either partly or entirely in other languages. While many readers out there (and your editor, frankly) would appreciate a translation to run alongside the original, they won't be required.
June: Guys and Balls
Got game? Bring your best sports metaphors and ass-pats and line up to play.
July (Yes, And Special): Circus Maximus
It's the greatest show on Earth! And there's a sucker born every minute.
August: Out of this World
Seek out some new life and new civilizations, and maybe even get some hands-on xenobiology lessons.
September (Artist Special): A Thousand Words
Focusing on the less text-based forms of storytelling: painting, sculpture, dance, music -- you name it. Show, don't tell!
October: Things That Go Bump in the Night
The return of our spooky October tradition! Be sure to say 'I'll be right back,' go upstairs whenever you want, and always, always have sex.
December: Theme-Free Big Bang
And December's yours to do with as you wish. Go big or go small, but go wild!