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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:05 pm 
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Lois Tilton reviews it at IRoSF:-

http://www.irosf.com/q/zine/article/10597

There's also an interview with Aliette de Bodard in the current issue of IRoSF.

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Review by Anthony G. Williams.

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Here's a very pleasant surprise: Broken Frontier takes a break from comics to run Bart Croonenborgh's review of IZ224.


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A multi-layered pleasant surprise, Andy. I think it's great that the reviews to date have identified a range of highlights.


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Mark Watson review at Best SF.

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This issue is now available as an eBook from Fictionwise, with a 15% discount if you buy it during its first week on sale.

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Blue Tyson review for Not Free SF Reader.

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The Jason Sandford novella was excellent.
I'm always a bit wary of longer stories.
But the anti-gravity mineshaft did it for me. Straight out of the pulp era. A really nice touch. I think all stories should have a touch of the pulp in them

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Sam Tomaino's review on SF Revu. "Once more, Interzone shows why it the finest magazine on the market."


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What about Holdstock competition?
Still no results?


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Sorry, will do the draw later.


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Colin Harvey's review on Suite 101.


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S.M.D. review at Fantasy & SciFi Lovin' News & Reviews.

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Jim Steel wrote:


Excerpt from above review...
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..Nick Lowe and Tony Lee. Both are phenomenal at making reviews entertaining. They’re not just reviews, but little stories told through criticism. Both Lowe and Lee have unique review styles and I had a lot of fun reading through their biting remarks.


Thanks for pointing out that review, Jim.
Brightened up my morning!
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Soyka reviews Jeremiah Tolbert's The Godfall's Chemsong for Black Gate.

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