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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:24 pm 
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I was quite taken with the very short story too. I was left wondering if the author's bio at the end was part of the story? Very thoughtful! 8)


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Just arrived this morning, so no chance to read any of it yet - but the return to full colour is brilliant!

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Review up at SF Signal


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"Rock-solid" issue according to Blue Tyson at Not Free SF Reader.

http://notfreesf.blogspot.com/2010/04/i ... y-cox.html


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Gardner Dozois reviews Interzone 226 in June’s Locus (#592).He's generally positive. Picking out the best bits, he says that Jay Lake’s Human Error is probably the best story, although Mercurio D. Rivera’s In the Harsh Glow of Its Incandescent Beauty is “also good”, Rachel Swirsky’s Again and Again and Again is “ an incisive and and amusing study of Future Shock”, and Tyler Keevil’s Hibakusha is “intense and passionate”.

His review does go into greater depth than this, of course.

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Not a big fan, Jim? :D


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Podcast of Mercurio's story in Starship Sofa 221.

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And Starship Sofa 233 is a Jason Sanford special, featuring Into The Depths of Illuminated Seas amongst other things.

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