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 Post subject: INTERZONE 225
PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 11:00 am 
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Interzone 225 (Nov-Dec) is out now.

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Adam Tredowski's sixth and final 2009 cover wraps around (a bit). You can see all covers before and after here, and read a brief interview with Adam.

Stories:

Here We Are, Falling Through Shadows by Jason Sanford
illustrated by Mark Pexton

By Starlight by Rebecca J. Payne

The Killing Streets by Colin Harvey
illustrated by Mark Pexton

Funny Pages by Lavie Tidhar
illustrated by Warwick Fraser-Coombe

Bone Island by Shannon Page & Jay Lake
illustrated by Mark Pexton


Features:

Ansible Link by David Langford
news

BookZone by Jim Steel and the team
book reviews including Acts of Destruction by Mat Coward (Peter Loftus), The Gift of Joy by Ian Whates (Mike Cobley), The Year's Best Science Fiction edited by Gardner Dozois (Maureen Kincaid Speller), Transition by Iain Banks (Paul Kincaid), Bauchelain and Korbal Broach by Steven Erikson (Duncan Lunan), Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder (Lawrence Osborn), Heart of Veridon by Tim Akers (Jim Steel), Leviathan by Scott Westerfield (Paul Cockburn), Broken Symmetries by Steve Redwood (Ian Sales), The Bride Stripped Bare by Rachel Kendall (Andy Hedgecock), Oceanic by Greg Egan (Paul Graham Raven)

Laser Fodder by Tony Lee
DVD and Blu-ray reviews including Ghost in the Shell 2, Big Man Japan, Kitaro, Sanctuary, Tidal Wave

Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe
film reviews including Up, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Dorian Gray, The Invention of Lying, Triangle, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Surrogates, Gamer, Pandorum, District 13: Ultimatum, District 9

How To Buy:

You can buy Interzone in newsagents, specialist stores such as Forbidden Planet and TransReal Fiction, bookshops such as Borders (assuming any branches are left by the time you read this), both here in the UK and overseas. If your local shop doesn't stock Interzone they should be able to order it in for you so please don't hesitate to ask them. You can also buy the magazine from online retailers such as BBR and Fantastic Literature, and a downloadable e-version from Fictionwise. The best thing though – for you and for us – is to take out a subscription.

We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to reading your comments on this thread.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 2:17 pm 
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Arrived today and looking good!

Next year's cover art plan looks intruiging as well, so I'll be interested to see how that one pans out...

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Another great issue !

All 5 stories were really enjoyable - so much so, that I read the whole lot in one evening... though that did mean staying up well past midnight ! :-)

My favourite of the bunch was definitely 'By Starlight' by Rebecca J. Payne - would love to read more about this world.

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Looks great any news when it'll be headin off for distant shores?


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Overseas copies left here the same day. Allow a couple of days for them to process, and they should arrive everywhere within about seven working days (ie not counting weekends) after that. They should...


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ah you guys rock =D the last couple of issues arrived bang on time. thanks


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#225 sort shelter in wet Doncaster today. I hope to get to read it at the weekend in between watching rugby games.

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Haven't received my copy of 225 yet here in the south.

I'm hoping for a nice surprise in tomorrow's post. I need some good reading this weekend.


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Arrived today - safely and in perfect condition - in SW France


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Arrived today in Virginia. Flipped through in the Post Office, started reading "Here We Are, Falling Through Shadows," didn't put it down until lunch break was over.


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Some friends have been trying to seek it out at Forbidden Planet but apparently none of their stores have received any copies of 225 yet. Will report back if someone finds it!


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I was aware of this, and have asked WWMD for info. Will report back asap.


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Review by John Fair.

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More a description of the stories than a review I thought. Doesn't seem to give any opinions or am I missing something?


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Nup, I think you're right, Roy.

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