In this issue: A century from now, how will 2020 have gone down in history? Twenty writers share their answer to that question. Some envision a 2120 in which our culture persists in new forms. Others see a darker future, while still others find lessons that our descendants will have used to make a better world.
Meet an eleven-year-old girl from Creede who took up knitting to provide wool socks to soldiers in muddy trenches overseas (and who went on to become a noted children's author). Read about the women of Colorado's southern borderlands, Pueblo's Dr. Richard Corwin, who embraced the theory of eugenics, and much more.