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New Science Fiction & Fantasy INTERZONE 290/291 DOUBLE ISSUE OUT NOW!

Readers' Poll Results

12th Apr, 2012

Every single story received several positive votes, and there were very few negative votes, cast only for a couple of the most controversial stories, which also received plenty of positive votes. We also received a number of very encouraging and very useful comments, thank you.

As usual, there were fewer votes cast for artworks than stories, with most of those going to the cover art.

The most popular stories and artworks are listed below. Many congratulations to the winners and runners up in both categories!


Most Popular Stories


The Silver Wind by Nina Allan

The Ceiling is Sky by Suzanne Palmer


For Love's Delirium Haunts the Fractured Mind by Mercurio D. Rivera


Insha'Allah by Matthew Cook


Tethered by Mercurio D. Rivera

The Last Osama by Lavie Tidhar

7th =

The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues by Jason Sanford

In the Season of the Mango Rains by Lavie Tidhar


Intellectual Property by Michael R. Fletcher

The Metaphor by Fiona Moore


Tell Me Everything by Chris Butler

Sleepers by Jon Ingold

Digital Rites by Jim Hawkins


Eleven Minutes by Gareth L. Powell


By Plucking Her Petals by Sarah L. Edwards

Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise by Sue Burke

Tethered to the Cold and Dying by Ray Cluley

The Fall of the City of Silver by Jon Ingold


Most Popular Artworks


Relics by Richard Wagner (issue #234 cover)


55 Bel Air by Richard Wagner (issue #232 cover)

Beacon by Richard Wagner (issue #236 cover)


Divergence by Richard Wagner (issue #235 cover)

Babel II by Richard Wagner (issue #237 cover)


Omega by Richard Wagner (issue #233 cover)

The Silver Wind illustration by Ben Baldwin

Tethered to the Cold and Dying illustration by Paul Drummond

Tethered illustration by Ben Baldwin


The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues illustration by Jim Burns


The Ceiling is Sky illustration by Richard Wagner

Incompatible illustration by Mark Pexton

The Walrus and the Icebreaker illustration by Mark Pexton


These results will be published again in issue #240, out in May, with as many reader comments as we can fit in. Thanks again to everybody who took the trouble to vote.


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