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 Post subject: INTERZONE 236
PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 2:37 pm 
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All subscriber and contributor copies of IZ236 (Sep-Oct) should be in the mail some time next week. As usual, please let us know when your copy arrives. Or when it doesn't.

Details of the issue are on the Current Issue page of the Interzone section.

Please don't forget to check for a subscription reminder on issue 235's insert and renew if necessary, so we can include your copy in the main mailing. Thanks!

We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to reading your comments here.


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All UK and overseas copies left TTA Towers yesterday morning, 15th September.


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Mine has arrived in Reading.


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Arrived in North London today.

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Received in Edinburgh today! Looks damn good.

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Mine arrived in Swansea today :)

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Only had time for a flick through (very nice) and a couple of fim reviews so far, but loved the line that went something like 'grips like a geriatric wrestler with broken fingers'. :lol:


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Forgot to post last night - got distracted by website building - but the magazine turned up yesterday and is patiently waiting for me to find time for it.

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Just arrived on the Island.
Here's a link to my blog's listing of DVD & blu-ray reviews, with ratings...
http://pigasuspress.blogspot.com/2011/0 ... e-236.html

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Arrived in SW France today


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I was thinking UK copies were taking a bit longer than usual this time, but from pick up to delivery in France inside a week, that's not bad going!


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Got mine yesterday, and had to read the Mercurio Rivera story straight away - wonderful, as ever! I'd love to read a whole collection of them.

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I loved all the previous Wergen stories, so 'Tethered' by Mercurio D. Rivera was also the first story I turned to - another thought provoking and moving piece... absolutely loved it.


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Only read 'A Time for Raven' so far and thought it wonderful. I'd like more from Kotowych for sure.

And I have to say, on the acceptances page, how great is Douglas Lain's title
'Erasing the Concept of Sex From a Photobooth' - can't wait.


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Interzone 236 arrived here (Germany) on 2011-09-24. I read "The Metaphor" so far, and liked it :) .

I'd also like to announce a research project of mine called "Skipforward" that, among other things, is a multi-user Interzone story database. For more information, see http://ttapress.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=21616 (please post any Skipforward-related questions in that thread)


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