Volume XVII Number 6
Cover by Mark A. Nelson
Polyhedron cover by Daniel Brereton
The two issues are printed back-to-back; one side has a Dungeon front cover, and if you turn the magazine upside-down, you see a Polyhedron front cover.
"Al was a standard-issue Yankee, set on self-determination and independence, but in that crisis his core of genius revealed itself. He decided to breed his own freak show.
My mother, Lillian Hinchcliff, was a water-cool aristocrat from the fastidious side of Boston's Beacon Hill...
The resourceful pair began experimenting with illicit and prescription drugs, insecticides, and eventually radioisotopes. My mother developed a complex dependency on various drugs during this process, but she didn't mind."
--Katherine Dunn, Geek Love
The tables of contents are detailed in the Article list below.