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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 1:53 am 
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And as luck would have it, the invocation worked: my issue arrived with the Saturday morning post.


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Lois Tilton review at Locus Online.

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Soon Lee wrote:
And as luck would have it, the invocation worked: my issue arrived with the Saturday morning post.


That's very surprising!
Invocations are only supposed to work on Black Static.
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I really enjoyed this issue,


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Glad you liked it!


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Al Robertson's created a soundtrack for Of Dawn.

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Review on SF Revu.


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Review of the issue by Mark Watson of Best SF:

http://www.bestsf.net/interzone-235-julaug-2011/


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I'm amazed at some of the puzzled or negative comments on Al Robertson's "Of Dawn." This, in a VERY strong issue, seemed to me to be one of the most sensitive and evocative stories I've read for a long time.

I don't care which genre labels you can or can't stick on it. This is surely a wonderful experience to live through. Isn't that what counts?

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Interzone 235 uploaded to Fictionwise. Due date is Dec 5 but its F'wise.


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Ebook version of Interzone 235 now on sale at Smashwords. I think it will be, all being well, another week before it appears on Fictionwise.


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Another back issue posted to Amazon. Interzone #235 from 2 years ago. July 2011.


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