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 Post subject: Interzone 220
PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 2:30 pm 
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The first Interzone of 2009 has now gone to press for a 5th January release.

Cover art is by Adam Tredowski, and we broke a few rules with the masthead etc in order to better match his spectacular art.

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Stories:

Monetized by Jason Stoddard
illustrated by Paul Drummond

Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast by Eugie Foster
illustrated by Geoffrey Grisso

After Everything Woke Up by Rudy Rucker
illustrated by Rudy Rucker

Spy vs Spy by Neil Williamson

Miles to Isengard by Leah Bobet
illustrated by Warwick Fraser-Coombe

Memory Dust by Gareth L. Powell
illiustrated by Daniel Bristow-Bailey


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Wow! Love the picture!

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Agreed. It would make a fine addition to my study wall... if I had a study. Is putting posters up in your study more grown-up than putting them in your bedroom?

I'm intrigued by Spy vs. Spy. Not because I used to read the cartoon, but because I used play the computer game on the C64...

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Wow. The cover is really spectacular.

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Foxie wrote:
I'm intrigued by Spy vs. Spy. Not because I used to read the cartoon, but because I used play the computer game on the C64...


Heh - so did I Foxie!

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And I'd like to join the chorus in praise of that beautiful cover too!

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Foxie wrote:
Agreed. It would make a fine addition to my study wall... if I had a study. Is putting posters up in your study more grown-up than putting them in your bedroom?


Yes.
I have a study... with a poster.
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And yes... great cover!
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Wow - I like the cover, and the angling of the writing makes for a very distinctive look...


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Is there a chance that you make the poster of the cover and offer it signed as a competition?
It's so good looking that I'd like it more than a DVD.


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Yeah, it is particularly gorgeous. You have a 'story of the year' award, is there one for the covers too? I can't remember.


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Hi Ray: yes we do. You'll have to wait a year to vote for this particular cover though. ;)

Hi galaxie: what an excellent idea. Can I just check: presumably you mean just the art and not the cover with the text? Either way I'd be happy to investigate the possibility, talk to Adam, etc.


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Agreed - that is a seriously good looking cover.

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The geometric cohesiveness of the thing is very appealing. Great work on the cover and I applaud the pragmatic attitude towards the title.

Of course, it's what's inside that counts. I'm looking forward to reading it.

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Terrific cover. Kudos to the artist...and the layout person :wink:


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Great cover, and the contents look good too!


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