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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 7:51 pm 
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Arrived yesterday near Peterborough.

Another issue that looks great. The cover fits nicely with 226. Look forward to reading it soon.

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Arrived sometime last week in Paris.

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I really liked The Glare and the Glow .
At first I was put off by the name dropping and quotations but it really gave me some pause for thought towards the end as it all came together
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Finished it. Darn, gotta wait one more month for the rest... The definite standout of the issue for me was the Nina Allan, beautifully written, with a cool core concept and a very delicate touch for character. Also liked the Jon Ingold, which had this neat fractured sense of reality, and the Beckett (wicked fun).

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I agree 100% Aliette. I really enjoyed this issue and thought all the stories were good, but the Nina Allan story was wonderful.

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Still waiting for mine... It's taking an unusually long time to arrive this month. Hopefully it will be waiting for me when I get home this afternoon.


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Yes, although all the stories were strong, the Nina Allen story was exceptional.


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Colin Harvey's review


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:22 pm 
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Hello to Interzone.

I hope everyone enjoys this issue. I really like the cover-art.


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All in all I appreciated all of the stories but it was Chimbwi that got my most attention.
I was thinking, what happens when he goes back to Europe, is there going to be a part 2?
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My copy still hasn't arrived... :? It's never taken this long before :(


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Paul Woodward wrote:
All in all I appreciated all of the stories but it was Chimbwi that got my most attention.
I was thinking, what happens when he goes back to Europe, is there going to be a part 2?
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Thanks, Paul. This is SF, so anything is possible! So the answer to your question is possibly that and possibly more than that. :roll:

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Stealing a quick March, Gareth D. Jones review in April's SF Crowsnest.

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Review at Garbled Signals.

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Sam Tomaino at SF Revu.

"I love getting an issue of Interzone in the mail. I always know that I'm going to get stories very different than those in the other magazines. The Mar/Apr 2010 issue is another in a long line with stories truly unique in the genre ... Once more, I’ll recommend Interzone as having the best writing in the genre. Subscribe!"


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