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As per usual, the provincial rural hinterland that is Portsmouth is a day or so behind the rest of the nation. Bah, humbug. :(

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Received in Clacton-on-Sea.
Immediately read the Christopher Priest (The Trace of Him), as I live in the Dream Archipelago.
Absolutely beautiful 'ghost story' (more suitable for 'Black Static'?) - with a theme of immortality reminiscent of Priest's own 'The Affirmation' (1981) -and of the later rationale behind the TV series 'Life on Mars'. This is a classic story that will have its own immortality.
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This is ludicrous, even for the Stalinist glacial pace of Portsmouth's postal gibbons - still no sign of IZ a week after posting?!

My subscription hasn't run out, has it?

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A first blog review of Interzone #214 by a very lurking person here.

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Arrived in Seaford, East Sussex this morning.

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For those who have not read IZ 214 beware of 'spoilers' in the "lurking person's" review linked by Jetse.


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More Interzone #214 blog comments here (after you admit to being older than 14 years, as it's 'adult content'. Gotta love LJ's paternalism).

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Hm. No sign of Interzone 214. I checked previous issues but no reminder boxes were ticked, so I don't think my subscription has run out yet.


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Ah, now did I inform anyone of my change of address? :(


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rcloenen-ruiz wrote:
Hm. No sign of Interzone 214. I checked previous issues but no reminder boxes were ticked, so I don't think my subscription has run out yet.


Please see the IZ214 Overseas thread. We have a new company dealing with overseas delivery. Copies should have arrived in Europe by now but last time I checked that thread no arrivals had been reported. Copies left on the 15th Jan.


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Anthony G. Williams reviews Interzone #214 here.

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I've noticed that it's some time since I read a story in Interzone which I didn't enjoy.

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Martin McGrath -- he who counts -- reviews Interzone #214 for The Fix here.

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A positive mention of Jason Stoddard's "Far Horizon" here.

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Just finished reading TZ213 (yes I know... waaaaaay behind on my reading...) so hopefully it'll be here soon.

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Colin Harvey reviews IZ214 at Suite 101.


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