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 Post subject: Interzone 209
PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2007 4:39 pm 
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25th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

IZ209 (March-April) out now!


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Cover art by Jim Burns


Stories:

The Whenever At The City's Heart by Hal Duncan
illustrated by Richard Marchand

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Winter by Jamie Barras
illustrated by Christopher Nurse

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The Good Detective by M. John Harrison
illustrated by David Gentry

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Big Cat by Gwyneth Jones
illustrated by Stefan Olsen

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The Sledge-maker's Daughter by Alastair Reynolds
illustrated by Jesse Speak

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Tears for Godzilla by Daniel Kaysen
illustrated by David Gentry

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and on the website, a free novella:
Journey to the Center of the Earth by Edward Morris
illustrated by Pamelina H
http://www.ttapress.com/Journey.pdf


Features:

Editorial: 25 years of Interzone

25 IZ: reflections on Interzone's 25 years by Arthur C. Clarke, Greg Egan, Michael Moorcock, Christopher Fowler and many others (with more to come for the rest of the year)

25 TV: Afterlife creator Stephen Volk's personal top ten TV programs (more such items to come for the rest of the year)

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Ansible Link by David Langford: news and gossip

Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe: film reviews

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Bookzone: book reviews

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Mangazone by Sarah Ash: Sarah looks at manga for grown-ups (Eternal Sabbath and Basilisk)

Blood for Ink: Getting Serious With Hal Duncan: Hal Duncan interviewed by Neil Williamson

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Science in the Capital: Kim Stanley Robinson interviewed by Rick Kleffel

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Readers' Poll results and feedback


Please let us know what you think of this issue here.


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Looks good does it not? :D
Subscribe now if you haven't already done because we'll run out of copies and you'll be scrabbling around to get one just like so many of you were with IZ 200. :cry:


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I can't wait to see issue 209; it looks stunning. I bought issue 1 way back in 1982, so this will be an amazing milestone. Long may Interzone (and TTA Press) continue.


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Looking forward to this issue.
When's it ship to UK subscribers?
Is it still the smaller format, or back to size last seen #206?
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Hi Vaughan and Tony.

I'm expecting delivery of IZ209 some time this week, so it should be on its way to subscribers by the weekend, or immediately after it.

IZ209 is actually fractionally smaller, just a few mm. The printers suggested it, said that those few mm would make the process a bit easier and cheaper, and we didn't argue.


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Journey to the Center of the Earth by Edward Morris

Forum visitors get theirs first! The link above isn't online anywhere else yet. But please read and enjoy. Then, after you've read and enjoyed it, please go back and follow all the 'invisible' links!


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Invisible what now?


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 Post subject: The Invisibles
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Invisible links: ie, Pete Seeger is quoted @ the beginning, and if you mouse over the name and click it it will take you to Peteseeger.com . Etc. Very useful to turn any alternate history story into "hypertext" for those who don't know who Raymond Loewy was or whatever....As usual, hats off to Editorial for thinking of that.


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Hats off to Pete Tennant, all his idea!


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But Andy did the work (I'm no fool).


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Serena takes her hat off to you for doing all the work, Andy. She said she imagined you hunched over a keyboard and squinting at the screen going... "Almost done... god...dammit... wait, no, there's another one... dammit...." ;-)

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Hi Ed--

"Journey to the Center of the Earth" is great. I have very fond memories of Pamelina, you and me having a few beers, and then having such a good time we almost missed the Hugo ceremonies... 8)

I should email you, hopely this weekend.

And forum readers: do feel free to comment on Ed's story: you've seen it before the physical copy of IZ #209.


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Let me just post the link again, in case it got lost up above:

http://www.ttapress.com/Journey.pdf

(Fresh hyperlink added to the text today, hats off to Ed!)


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When you click on the page images of Interzone in the above posting, they don't actually get any bigger. Is there a way to do that, Andy? Might be interesting for non-subscribers to get a bigger feel for the magazine.


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I didn't even know they did something when you click on them! Good idea, thanks Andrew!


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