I’ve told an American writer that in my first issue as chief editor of Dreams in Aspamia magazine, I included Alfred Bester’s short story, The Men Who Murdered Mohammed.

“Wasn’t that dangerous?” he asked. “Aren’t you afraid that some Muslims will blow up your office?”

“I solved that in a very clever way,” I answered. “I don’t have an office.”

In other news: the next issue of the magazine will feature a novella by Paul D. Filippo.