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Excellent Iain Banks interview.


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Issue 214 arrived in perfect condition yesterday in Ohio, U.S.A. This looks to be a great issue and I'm already enjoying Jason Stoddard's novella.


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Review by Gareth D Jones here:-

http://www.ookami.co.uk/html/interzone__214.html


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Mark Watson reviews Interzone #214 in BestSF.

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A very strong start to 2008 for Interzone.

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I'm still waiting for my copy of IZ214 to arrive here in Edinburgh !

I have sent an email asking when I can expect it, but have not received a reply yet... HELP !


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I downloaded your email (sent last night) early this morning Rich and replied straight away, saying that I'd check the mailing list and email you again later. No idea why your copy would go missing. Might be that I have your address slightly wrong. Naturally I'll send a replacement copy if necessary.


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Thanks Andy - very much appreciated.

btw - hope you don't mind me posting this to the forum - but I wasn't sure if the email address I'd used was appropriate for missing issues.

Anyway - look forward to hearing back from you.

Cheers,

Rich.


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You can get Interzone 214 over at Fictionwise now. Here's the link: http://www.fictionwise.com/eBooks/eBook63753.htm


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I agree with Best SF. Top class issue, this one.

http://notfreesf.blogspot.com/2008/02/interzone-214-andy-cox.html

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Jason S. appreciates Jason S., here.

(OK: so it's Sanford discussing a Stoddard story. But I just couldn't resist... :D )

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My replacement copy of IZ214 turned up today (the original one went missing in the post) - a big thank you to Andy for his help in sorting this out for me and for providing such great customer care - cheers !

Rich Dodgin.


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Jetse wrote:
Jason S. appreciates Jason S., here.

(OK: so it's Sanford discussing a Stoddard story. But I just couldn't resist... :D )


Geez, get those guys some nicknames so we can tell the difference. :)

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Two more reviews:

    SFCrowsnest reviews Interzone #214 here;
    Sam Tomaino at SFRevu reviews Interzone #214 here


Both are glowing, and both single out Mercurio D. Rivera's "The Scent of Their Arrival":
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...the whole thing was marvellous. The ending is like a kick in the guts. Wonderful.

--SFCrowsnest
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This story will be on my Hugo Award short list for next year.

--Sam Tomaino, SFRevu

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Lois Tilton reviews #214 and lots more beside at IRoSF:-

http://www.irosf.com/q/zine/article/10408

It says 213 at the top of the column, but it is 214.


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It made me cringe too but well done Jennifer and well done, with a few reservations, the Limerick Post.


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