Vote Now For Your Favourite Stories & Art of 2009
We're asking you to let us know what you enjoyed (and what you didn't) during 2009. To be eligible the story or artwork must have been published in Interzone issues 220 to 225 inclusive. A list of eligible stories and artworks is below. As always, we're as keen to hear your opinions of the magazine as we are to get your votes, so don't be shy in letting us know what you think – and we may publish the most interesting comments.
Interzone 226 (January-February)
Interzone issue 226 (Jan-Feb 2010) contains new short stories by Jason Sanford, Tyler Keevil, Mercurio D. Rivera, Rachel Swirsky, Jay Lake, and Stephen Gaskell. Cover art is by Warwick Fraser-Coombe and interior art by Jim Burns, Mark Pexton, Ben Baldwin, Daniel Bristow-Bailey. Plus David Langford's Ansible Link (news), Nick Lowe's Mutant Popcorn (films), Tony Lee's Laser Fodder (DVDs/Blu-rays), Readers' Poll and many book reviews.
The Advent Calendar - Day Twenty Five
It's Christmas Day, and here comes everybody.
The Advent Calendar - Day Twenty Four
Twas the night before Christmas, and a special guest slides down the chimney.
The Advent Calendar - Day Twenty Three
And on the twenty third day of The Advent Calendar, Rachel Kendall emerges fully formed from the head of Zeus.
The Advent Calendar - Day Twenty Two
On the twenty second day, L. R. Bonehill moves into camera range.
The Advent Calendar - Day Twenty One
Day twenty one dawns with a story by Nathaniel Tapley.
The Advent Calendar - Day Twenty
Day twenty of the Advent Calendar experience, and author Beth Cato attempts to pacify us.
The Advent Calendar - Day Nineteen
On the nineteenth day of the Advent Calendar, a warm welcome to Jude-Marie Green.
The Advent Calendar - Day Eighteen
Day eighteen, and the movie keeps moving as planned, with Mike Stone at the helm.
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