In the Wild
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Author:  Roy [ Fri Nov 08, 2013 6:17 pm ]
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Autun Purser tells me he found Interzone 247 on sale in Bremen's Hofbahnhof (Railway Station) in August.

Author:  Roy [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 12:40 am ]
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I was in London this week and can confirm both IZ and Black Static are on sale in Foyles. They are on the ground floor magazine rack but they are not displayed. Only their spines are easily visible but the magazines are shelved in alphabetical order on the rack. 'Literary magazines' like Granta get cover displays. They are not in the SF section. Gareth, Foyles magazine expert, told me they had IZ for a while and its a good seller but Black Static is new to Foyles and he tried it after seeing Andy's ad on the back cover of IZ. (So advertising on Interzone works)

Foyles have new premises under construction next door to the existing Charing Cross Road shop. Those of you with the wherewithall may well like to buy one of the 13 luxury apartments available above the new shop. Well placed for wealthy book lovers but let's hope none of them let their bath(s) overflow.

I did call in at Forbidden Planet and could not see IZ (or BS) on their racks but as a new issue is due they may have sold out. I do feel it is harder than necessary to find stuff in FP. No Analogs visible so I asked and was told they don't sell them. Any know different?

Author:  Roy [ Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:13 pm ]
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Plus Jennifer Harwood-Smith tells me she spotted 11 copies of Interzone in Easons Dublin on Jan 4th. Not sure which Easons as there may well more than one in Dublin. However if it has 11 copies then I'd guess it's probably fairly central. And Captain tells me IZ is still sold (by Poyntons Newsagent) in Derby's Guildhall Market.

Author:  Roy [ Tue Jan 21, 2014 10:41 am ]
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Tim Leees says IZ on sale at Quimby's Bookstore (@QuimbysBooks) = 1854 W North Ave, Chicago IL 60622

Author:  Roy [ Tue Apr 08, 2014 11:52 am ]
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Interzone seen by Paul F Cockburn in McColl's, Portobello, Edinburgh. So we are in at least two places in Edinburgh, Transreal being the other.

Author:  Roy [ Wed Nov 12, 2014 11:05 pm ]
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Tim Lees photographed Black Static 42 on sale in Barnes & Noble, Union Square, New York

Author:  Roy [ Sat Aug 01, 2015 10:25 pm ]
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Down in London today so I called in on the new Foyles bookshop. I was impressed. Seemed pretty good in layout terms. Good SF section, no loud music playing as I browsed. Top floors had a cafe, display space - with an exhibition about future and 'greener' cities - and a readings room just right for book launches etc.
The different sections have their own magazine racks. Interzone #259 (3 of) and Black Static #47 (2 of) were, spine out, on the alphabetically ordered literary magazine stand on the first floor by the cash desk and opposite (across the stairwell) the SF section.

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