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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 4:56 pm 
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It looks like both Richard Horton and Nick Gevers will be reviewing the issue in the next Locus


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A review of Interzone #210 by David Soyka on the Black Gate website here (scroll down, as it begins with a review of .Paradox #10, a fine history fiction magazine, BTW).

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Another review of #210 posted here:-

http://www.ookami.co.uk/html/interzone__210.html


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And a German blog review of Interzone #210: the Keylmann Report.

(No time to translate the complete post. Suffice it to say that 'among the stories, there were several that impressed me'. Then he singles out "Tearing Down Tuesday" and "The Preacher" for praise, the former one at length.)

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Thought I'd drop by and point out that Preachers and Tearing Down Tuesday, among others, made Gardner Dozois' Honorable Mentions in YBSF 25th Edition. I have not purchased a copy yet but I'm sure others from IZ made the list as well.

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Well done Steven F. Murphy and Tim Lees and thanks for that news Steven.
I hope Gardner spelt you name correctly Steve.


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:lol:

Yeah, he got it right, Roy.

There were others but my memory for names is not always the best. I'm sure more reports will come out here in the next day or two.

Interzone got a very good write up in the summation this time around crediting Andy Cox with bringing the magazine back from the brink of death.

It still gives me a thrill to have sold my first one here at IZ.

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