|January/February 2020||Department||Article Title||Author|
|From the Editor||Jeff Zeitlin|
|Theme Issue: The Compassion Corps|
|Critics’ Corner||CD-ROM: Apocrypha III–The Lost Supplements||Jeff Zeitlin|
|Cascadia Adventures 2: The Lost Girl||Megan Robertson|
|Career Track 1: Medic||Jeff Zeitlin|
|Off the Table: Misjump||Jeff Zeitlin|
|Kurishdam||Lecture Hall and Library: The Compassion Corps||Jeff Zeitlin|
|Lecture Hall and Library: Real Power is Local Power||Andrew Bernstein|
|The Prep Room||Finding Your Way Around the Starport: The Shuttle Berth||Benedikt Schwarz|
|Jottings #10: Addresses||Jeff Zeitlin|
|The Shipyard||The I/S Nasirnak Book Ship and Pasteur-class Hospital Ship||Timothy Collinson|
|Medical Transport/Evacuation Shuttles||Edward Anderson|
|Raconteurs Rest||Smoke Test: Once in a Blue Moon [Chapter 5]||Michael Capriola and C.A. Pella|
|Columns||Confessions of a Newbie Referee: #42: Write What You Know||Timothy Collinson|
|Multimedia Gallery||Twilight Stories #1: Port of Transit||Mike Cross|
|Fascinating Flora||Skivashi||Benedikt Schwarz|
|In A Store Near You||Sketch Board||Timothy Collinson|
|Up Close and Personal||Brno Kinsmor||Timothy Collinson|
|Gunnar Stuki||Timothy Collinson|
|Active Measures||The Asklepios Recovery||Michael Brown|
|Getting Off the Ground: Coup||Jeff Zeitlin|
|Doing It My Way||Character Generation Rules: Scientists: An Elaborated Career for Classic Traveller||Neal Oldham|
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From the Editor
Spending most of a week sick at the most critical time is not conducive to getting the magazine out, but that’s what happened, and why this issue is late. I apologise for that.
The solicitation for this issue’s theme generated a lot of discussion, but fewer articles than I had hoped, so I had to step in and write a bit more than I’d hoped. But Timothy Collinson did at least as much writing, and for that, a special “thank you”.
I would like to do other “theme issues” in the future, but I think I need better “audience participation”—so please continue to send articles, but also send ideas for future theme issues!