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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2011 7:56 am 
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The Fall of the City of Silver is a great story too - really enjoyed it.

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Just finished The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues which I really enjoyed. Coincidently I just saw this story on the BBC and it reminded me of the idea of "Village AIs" in that story (and Plague Birds)

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Sam Tomaino's review of IZ236 on SFRevu.

"Interzone is the best science fiction magazine in the world!"


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I have loved every piece in this issue, all very strong stories.


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Mine was in my university mailbox last Wednesday. I don't know when it arrived. I am looking forward to reading Jason Sanford's sequel to "Plague Birds," one of the most interesting stories of any kind I have read in a long time.


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Completely forgot that this was about due, so it was a pleasant surprise when it turned up in the mail last week: Tuesday, 27th September, in Auckland, New Zealand.


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A fine issue - with my personal favourites being Fiona Moore's excellent 'The Metaphor' - exactly the kind of SF I love, fractured realities, existential panic. And Mercurio D Rivera's "Tethered", which was wonderful. I tend to prefer more earthbound SF, but I've very much enjoyed this universe of the Wergen and, unlike Lois Tilton, I find it quite convincing.

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Review on Fantasy Literature.


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Just submitted Iz 236 to F'wise. Might go 'live' on 21/2. At first I put it in the 'Self Improvement' category. A slip of the mouse. Corrected that now but analogous to a typo what do we call such errors -clickos?


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Interzone #236 should be live on F'wise now but as usual there is no sign.

IZ 236 is already live on Smashwords.


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Interzone 236 now live on Fictionwise. We have three issues of Interzone in the F'wise top 25 SF bestsellers.


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This issue is reviewed by Sandra Scholes in the March edition of SF Site.


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Blue Tyson review.

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I just finished reading Jason Sanford's 'The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues' (IZ 236), a sequel to his 'Plague Birds' (IZ 228). These are two of the most interesting, subtle, and imaginative stories that I have read in more than one year. Both are philosophically deep and ingenious; reading them requires concentration and a willingness to read closely. I did both with the first tale, and wrote this. Note Mr Sanford's reaction. I hope to write about the sequel soon.


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Right post wrong place, sorry. Corrected now.


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