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

Vote Now For Your Favourite Stories of 2012

5th Jan, 2013

Once again we’re asking you to let us know what you enjoyed (and what you didn’t) during the previous year.

As usual with the Interzone poll you can vote both positively for the stories you liked and negatively for those you didn't, and we'll rank the final choice according to the aggregate score. You can vote for as many or as few stories as you like. You don’t have to have read every issue in order to cast a vote. A list of eligible stories is below to help remind you.

As always, we’re as keen to hear your opinions of the magazine as we are to get your votes, so don’t be shy in letting us know what you think. We’ll publish as many comments as we can.

Martin McGrath will be overseeing the poll. You can send him your votes by post or email (see Interzone #244), or via the form below. 

The results will be published in issue #246, so please make sure your votes are in before March 31st.


Eligible Stories:

Issue #238

Fata Morgana
Ray Cluley

Fearful Symmetry
Tyler Keevil

God of the Gaps
Carole Johnstone

The Complex
E.J. Swift

Issue #239

Steve Rasnic Tem

Lips and Teeth
Jon Wallace

Tangerine, Nectarine, Clementine, Apocalypse
Suzanne Palmer

Bound in Place
Jacob A. Boyd

Matthew Cook

One-Way Ticket
Nigel Brown

Issue #240

Elizabeth Bourne

The Indignity of Rain
Lavie Tidhar

Seeking Captain Random
Vylar Kaftan

Ray Cluley

A Body Without Fur
Tracie Welser

Issue #241

Sean McMullen

Ship’s Brother
Aliette de Bodard

One Day in Time City
David Ira Cleary

Railroad Angel
Gareth L. Powell

Issue #242

Debbie Urbanski

The Message
Ken Liu

Priya Sharma

Beyond the Light Cone
C.W. Johnson

The Remembered
Karl Bunker

Lavie Tidhar

Issue #243

Moon Drome
Jon Wallace

The Flower of Shazui
Chen Qiufan
translated by Ken Liu

The Philosophy of Ships
Caroline M. Yoachim

Lady Dragon and the Netsuke Carver
Priya Sharma

Jason Sanford


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