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 Post subject: Interzone 211
PostPosted: Mon Jul 02, 2007 1:52 pm 
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Published on July 12th

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New cover design. Cover art: Lunar Flare by Richard Marchand

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MICHAEL MOORCOCK SPECIAL

The March of the Whiteshirts
Guest Editorial

Staring Down the Witches
Interview by Andrew Hedgecock

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Lovers
Extract from the memoir of Mervyn & Maeve Peake (work in progress)

London, My Life! Or, The Sedentary Jew
Extract from the novel (work in progress)

The Affair of the Bassin Les Hivers
Short story

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More stories:

Exvisible by Carlos Hernandez
illustrated by Warwick Fraser-Coombe


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Deer Flight by Aliette de Bodard
illustrated by Stefan Olsen

Elevator Episodes in Seven Genres by Ahmed A. Khan

Knowledge by Grace Dugan
illustrated by David Gentry


Features:

25: Celebrating 25 years of Interzone
Contributions from John Picacio, Jason Stoddard, Paul Di Filippo, Eric Brown, Gwyneth Jones, Jamie Barras, Peter F, Hamilton, Ian R. MacLeod, Stephen Baxter

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Ansible Link by David Langford
News and gossip

Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe
Film reviews

Laser Fodder @ 500 RPM by Tony Lee
DVD reviews (new!)

Scores by John Clute
Book reviews

Bookzone
More book reviews

Richard Morgan
Interviewed by Andrew Hedgecock

Mangazone by Sarah Ash
Manga reviews

Plus four-page insert. Oh, and a bookmark!


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Nice old-school logo.

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Looks excellent. Can't wait!


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Lovely cover - one of the best I have seen on SF magazines lately.

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All UK subscriber and contributor copies are bagged and sorted and waiting to leave the building. We fully support the postal union's strike action, but unfortunately it does mean a slight delay: your copies won't leave the building till Monday, sorry.


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 Post subject: Review of #211
PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2007 8:37 pm 
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The very first review of #211 is in. It is at Tangent Online: http://www.tangentonline.com/index.php? ... Itemid=260

The reviewer says some pretty nice things about my story, so YAY!

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Good review isn't it, Ahmed?

And I was impressed by the depth of coverage on the fiction and the Moorcock pieces. You can access reviews of both strands from their main URL:
http://www.tangentonline.com/
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I've ordered a copy to be delivered to my local newsagents (Londis in Bethesda). Is it still going to be there on the 16th to pick up, or does the postal strike mean I should call in a little later in the week?


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All shop copies are couriered direct from the printer, Foxie, so your copy should be there waiting for you.

edit: thought I should make that a bit clearer. Shop copies aren't couriered directly to the shops as such, but to the distributors, who then courier them to the individual shops via companies like TNT. I don't think these copies ever see a postman.


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Excellent. I shall pop in and see if they have it. I've been looking forwards to this :D


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Just returned from the shops, clutching my copy in my hands! It looks a lot better in my hands then it does on screen. Do I get points for being the first non-reviewer to get my hands on a copy (erm . . . as far as I know . . .)?


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Does anyone know where I can get a copy in the centre of Manchester? My sub has lapsed and I've been too disorganised to sort it out...


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I was told there were copies in the Deansgate Waterstones but I've never actually found them there. Could be they sell out quickly.

M&M Newsagents, Mill St, Macclesfield have 2 copies.


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Thanks Roy. I couldn't find one in Deansgate Waterstones either. I'll ask a friend in Leeds as the Borders there usually has some.


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I was in the Deansgate Waterstones today and there were 10 IZ 211's upstairs on the desktop where the till's are, close to the SF section. They are not in the SF section.

It's possible IZ had sold out when I looked on earlier visits. (We would expect that) This is the first time I've been there so soon after publication.

Also they had 4 copies of CW7 on the crime anthologies shelves round the corner by the side of that desk. Explains why it's hard to get them to take more I suppose.

If anyone is in there and buys an IZ let us know many are left please.


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