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 Post subject: INTERZONE 237
PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 1:34 pm 
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The new issue will be on its way to subscribers and contributors early next week. Contents and images are on the Current Issue page of the Interzone section.

As usual, please let us know when your copy arrives. Thanks. :)

To accompany this issue, James Worrad's interview with 2011's cover artist Richard Wagner is now live on the site.

We hope you enjoy IZ237 and look forward to reading your comments here.


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Landed in Norfolk this morning, and looking splendid as ever. Am I the first to receive it?

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Mine was waiting for me when I got home from work - Berkshire


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Mine arrived in Edinburgh on Saturday. Forgot to report it until today. The frequency of Saturday arrivals is quite astounding for both IZ and BS. I'd like to credit the efficiency of the Edinburgh postal service, but I'm not sure they deserve it...

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Well it's much better than the Cheshire post. Maybe we can join Scotland when it goes independant. Do you think that would be allowed?


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Of course; the more the merrier - but you will be expected to deep-fry all of your food that isn't liquid.

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arrived today, I like the cover. Will see Trollhunter if its been screened on local cineplex,seen trailer look interesting.


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My copy arrived today.


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Andy wrote:
My copy arrived today.


Great stuff, Andy! Must be a relief. Most editors read it before it's published. Serious time-travel events obviously going on at TTA - :D

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Mine got here today (Swansea) :)

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 Post subject: IZ 237
PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:30 pm 
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IZ 237 has arrived in the badlands of central Nottinghamshire. Jim: Andy C can't tell you too much about our methods, at least not until his paper 'Towards a post-publication model of editorial intervention' has appeared in the Spring 1966 edition of Temporal Engineering Quarterly.


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Arrived today in the wilds of South Yorkshire. It remains untouched by the Hellhound and I'm about halfway through. As usual, read the reviews first and still giggling about Real Steel...

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Who? Me?

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I didn't realise you were a boxing robot but, sure, you :)

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It's even made it through to the wilds of West Yorkshire...hooray! :D

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