This feature focuses on the short story in various ways. Articles can deal with specific short stories either obscure or forgotten, or well known classics; or short story collections, either single author or multi-author collections, reprint or original–or their editors (collections edited by Judith Merril, August Derleth, or Groff Conklin, for but three examples). Some stories, while perhaps not well known or considered “classic,” may have direct relevance today and deserve another look. Query first, please. If the work under consideration is unavailable and/or unknown to the editor, a copy must be made available (electronically, by link, or otherwise) for review.