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 Post subject: Interzone 217
PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2008 1:03 pm 
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IZ217 has now been posted to all subscribers and contributors, and will be available in good shops in about a week.

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Cover art is by Paul Drummond, for Karen Fishler’s ‘Africa’.

Fiction:

Africa by Karen Fishler
illustrated by Paul Drummond

The Two-headed Girl by Paul G. Tremblay

The Ships Like Clouds, Risen By Their Rain by Jason Sanford
illustrated by Vincent Chong

Concession Girl by Suzanne Palmer
illustrated by Darren Winter

Little Lost Robot by Paul McAuley
illustrated by Paul Drummond

Comus of Central Park by M.K. Hobson
illustrated by Darren Winter


Features:

Editorial by Pete Bullock
Our Electronic Editions Editor talks about the future of publishing and the TTA Press Podcast launching this summer (I can't wait!)

Ansible Link by David Langford
news and obituaries

Laser Fodder by Tony Lee
DVD reviews and competitions

Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe
film reviews

BookZone
book reviews by Paul Kincaid, David Mathew, Maureen Kincaid Speller, Jim Steel, Paul Cockburn, John Howard, Juliet McKenna, Andrew J. Wilson

Coming Soon:

IZ218 will be a Chris Beckett Special featuring three stories illustrated by Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Vincent Chong, Daniel Bristow-Bailey. Story introductions by the author and interview conducted by Andrew Hedgecock.

David Hebblethwaite reviews IZ217 for The Fix.

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Cool, that's my weekend sorted then :)

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Oops. So if a subscriber has forgotten to renew until now, will you be able to send the current issue once technicalities like payment have been sorted out?
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I'm sure that can be arranged Vaque.


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Roy wrote:
I'm sure that can be arranged Vaque.


Thankee, kind sir. Reaching for my finest quill to compose instructions to my bank...

Out of ink, settling for the new-fangled way :)


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Vaque I'm not sure what name you subscribe under but Andy tells me if a subscriber asks for a renewal when resubscribing it will happen automatically with the correct issue. (That assumes a resub isn't a year or more late)

So if you don't get the issue you expect let us know. You will probably get it a week later than the other subscription copies.


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Arrived today in wet'n'wild West Cumbria.

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A strong issue: the Paul G Tremblay, Jason Sanford and Paul McAuley were the highlights for me, the Suzanne Palmer was good too.


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I really enjoyed Jason Sanford's The Ships Like Clouds, Risen By Their Rain - but I haven't had chance to read the rest of them yet.

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Just came across a blog (oh well, LiveJournal) review of Interzone#217 here, that was already posted ten days ago (and I just got my copy today... :D )

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A bit in Tony Lee's 'Laser Fodder' had me rather befuddled - while Tony's welcome to his opinion that 'Doctor Who's recently become utter shite', I can't for the life of me work out how he can state that Davies has guided the series to 'undeserved teatime obscurity'. Is he talking about the same show who's last episode got a rating of 10.5 million viewers, beating Wimbledon coverage as the most watched TV program of the week? If that's obscurity, I wonder what Tony considers a mainstream sucess? ;)

Anyway, here's my own little blog review on th eissue:
http://lawrenceconquest.blogspot.com/2008/07/interzone-217-2008.html[/url]


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Another short blog review -- of June 29, even before this topic was opened -- here.

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Colin Harvey's view from Suite 101.


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Fine review by Gareth D. Jones at SF Crowsnest.


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Thanks for posting the latest reviews from Colin annd Gareth. Wow! I could really get used to reviews like that.


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