Front Cover: Nanopressing, a simple and versatile method, is developed to fabricate anisotropic polymer structures by pressing polymer microspheres at elevated temperatures. Polystyrene (PS) microspheres are used to demonstrate this approach. The shapes of the polymer structures are dependent on the pressing conditions, such as the pressure, the pressing time, and the pressing temperature. At shorter pressing times, the pressing effect dominates and barrel-like polymer structures can be prepared. At longer pressing times, the wetting effect becomes important and dumbbell-like polymer structures are obtained. This study not only provides a simple method to prepare novel polymer structures, but also leads to a deeper understanding of wetting phenomenon in confined geometries. Further details can be found in the article by Y.-H. Kao, M.-H. Chi, C.-C. Tsai, and J.-T. Chen* on page 84.