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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 12:50 pm 
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Didn't see IZ in Borders on Charing Cross Road today but maybe it was too soon and Foyles across the road said they don't have SF magazines. I didn't see IZ there.
I've never seen IZ in Borders, Foyles or Forbidden Planet, and I can't think of anywhere in town more likely to stock it than those three.

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When I was in London, I saw a pack of IZ in Forbidden Planet--and I know my father bought a couple copies from Borders on Oxford Street. It wasn't so long ago (beginning of September).

Maybe they just don't have it yet.

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Has arrived oop north in Workington today - and in two hours will be making the trip slightly further south (Doncaster) for the weekend :D

Looks good and is apparently irresistible to the dog ... oh dear!

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First review: http://thefix-online.com/reviews/interzone-213/

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Arrived safe in Bristol today...

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Some comments on the issue, focusing on the alternate history pieces :
http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/?p=5845

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A nice post on Interzone 213 on the Forbidden Planet blog.

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Oops. Posted at the same time... :oops:

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Well, you were two minutes earlier!

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Hum, probably because I just copy-pasted the url from my browser into the post window :D

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Anthony G. Williams reviews Interzone #213 here.

Money shot:

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I have never been a great fan of short stories (and not so far been tempted to write any) but they are beginning to grow on me as a result of reading Interzone.


(Hoping I'm two minutes earlier than Aliette this time... :wink: )

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You beat me :D

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I commented on the Forbidden Planet blog, mentioned above, because I cannot get Interzone in Stoke and did not see it at the London shop. This is Joe Gordon's response.

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The Stoke shop should have it – stock can vary from branch to branch, but most normally carry Interzone and I know there are some sitting on the magazine shelves in the Edinburgh branch where I am based. If you don’t see it feel free to ask the staff. The London shop is actually the ‘other’ FP as there are two similarly-named companies following a splitting of the ways some years back. They are FP with the rocket logo in London, Bristol and mostly the south of England, we’re FP International dotted around the UK, Ireland and NY – don’t worry, it confuses everyone, I’ve had SF writers I know telling me how they are signing in ‘my’ store’s London shop and I have to tell them!


Actually when I asked for Interzone in FP's Stoke branch the chap had no idea what I was talking about.


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Jason Sanford comments on "Molly and the Red Hat" here.

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Got mine in Borders Swansea today, usually Waterstones stock Interzone but none on display and assistant didn't know if any copies were on order.

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