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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:24 am 
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The Forbidden Planet have a piece up about the upcoming linked covers:

http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2010/ ... ed-covers/


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David Hebblethwaite is going to review Interzone stories as he reads them. Here's his first: Into the Depths of Illuminated Seas.

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Matt Bruensteiner review in Garbled Signals.

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Clare Grant likes Interzone 226.

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Jim Steel wrote:


Yup. But not at that link :P

I think you mean here, Jim.


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Oops. My goof!

But he likes Interzone too.

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For what it's worth, I think this is one of the strongest issues so far. I've enjoyed every story and each has made a lasting impression. Keevil's was particualrly moving. Well done TTA, darn good read.


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I've only read 'In the Harsh Glow...' so far, as I wanted to dig in to the next installment of the Wergen.

Beautiful story.

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Review up at SFcrowsnest


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 Post subject: Renewed
PostPosted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 4:37 pm 
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Just renewed my subscription to Interzone.

Looking forward to the next 6 issues. :D


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Thanks, thats good to hear


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Review by Sam Tomaino on SF Revu.

"Interzone is really spoiling me when it publishes Jason Sanford so regularly. As far as I'm concerned, they couldn't publish too much of this author if the named it Jason Sanford's Science Fiction Magazine."


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My IZ 226 hasn't gotten this far North yet. I've been busy and have no idea when it was mailed.


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For those of you that enjoyed reading Jay Lake's story Human Error, perhaps you'll want to check out the first ever videocast at Transmissions From Beyond, the TTA Press Podcast.

The videocast features Jay Lake, who is interviewed by Joy Ward. It was recorded at Denvention 3, the 66th World Science Fiction Convention, and makes its debut here at 11 minutes long.

Check it out!
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 Post subject: Interzone 226
PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:02 am 
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On average I take to one in five stories in Interzone: that's just my personal taste. Best story by far this issue: Rachel Swirsky's short and sweet Again And Again And Again.

Tend to disagree with Nick Lowe as often as I agree with him AND THAT'S FINE (sorry, Nick!): Personally, I liked Moon (with reservations), hated District 9 (predictable CGI nonsense after the fun mockumentary intro), enjoyed Star Trek (it delivered), scratched my head at Where The Wild Things Are, but couldn't even drag myself to Terminator Salvation or Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (or GI Joe). But I applaud the fact you guys even bother to review New Moon. And sitting through A Christmas Carol was almost certainly beyond the call of duty! Nevertheless I always enjoy reading the reviews so keep up the good work.

Just a general word of praise to the layout designer as all TTA mags are pretty excellent on the design front. But IMHO the Jim Burns detail on the inside cover would have made a better cover.


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