Amy Sterling Casil takes SF's obligatory "What if?" and makes the consequences of technological change both painfully and joyfully personal. For those familiar with Amy's work, this volume contains some well-loved favorites (such as her debut story, "Jonny Punkinhead"), as will as new works of fiction. In "Renascence of Memory," you'll meet an Alzheimer's patient whose health and memory are gradually restored. But is the miracle worth the price of memories perhaps better left forgotten? In "Motherwife," a man downloads the women in his life into his computer. Can he resist the temptation to tinker with their programming? Most especially don't miss "The Color of Time,"--an exploration of mothers and daughters, childbirth and death, love and art. This book won't teach you anything about quantum mechanics or string theory, but it just might teach you something about the person you see in the mirror every day.