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PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 3:19 pm 
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John O'Neil provides a quick review for Black Gate. He's obviously a man of taste who recognises what is most important in the magazine. :D

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He's obviously a man of taste who recognises what is most important in the magazine.


QFT :D

Nobody seems to have linked to this one yet, by Anthony G. Williams:-

http://sciencefictionfantasy.blogspot.c ... morse.html

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A review by Laura Lam.

Someone else who notices the book reviews, Pete. Ahem.

(Oops - missed out 'else' :oops: )

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Yep, 'very hopeful', but why does she keep referring to four stories when she's listed five?

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Gardner Dozois reviews Interzone 229 in the November Locus and says that Jim Hawkins’s Orchestral Manoeuvers in the Dark Matter is the strongest story. “This is a complex and chewy story, and it wouldn’t surprise me if some readers had trouble parsing it, particularily in the early going [...] Stick with it, though, and you’ll ultimately be rewarded.” He also says that the rest of the stories “include some worthwhile reading”.

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Novelist, editor & critic Toby Litthas had 2 stories in Interzone the last in July-Aug 2010's IZ 229.
Toby has written songs with composer Emily Hall and now they've done a song cycle which Mara Carlyle will perform in the Purcell Rooms, the South Bank Centre, on Sunday 13th March @ 1pm. Use this link to hear a song and learn more. Tickets are £15 so if you're in London then why not go?

Toby said "this is something I'm really proud of, and it's something I'd love people to hear."


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The sample song is, I think, a very beautiful and sparsely brave piece. Wish I could go to the concert. I hope they'll make the event available for downloading.

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