Hugo Nominees 2009
The Hugo Award, first presented in 1953, celebrate the best in the field of science fiction and fantasy. Recipients are chosen by members of the World Science Fiction Society (WSFS). The Hugos are presented each year at the World Science Fiction Convention.
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Bugpowderdust reviews Interzone 220
Dan says that this issue is blessed with one of the finest covers he's ever seen on the magazine.
SF Revu reviews Interzone 220
Interzone continues to please Sam Tomaino.
SFF reviews Interzone 220
Anthony G. Williams has no particular favourite story this time.
Best SF reviews Interzone 220
Mark Watson says that this is another strong collection from a mostly youthful group of authors, boding well for the future.
Suite 101 reviews Interzone 220
Colin Harvey says that at least one of these stories deserves a place in Year's Best lists and awards ballots.
The Barking Dog reviews Interzone 220
Lawrence Conquest finds an eclectic range of stories.
Interzone 221 (March/April)
Interzone issue 221 is published on 12th March, with new stories by Bruce Sterling (plus interview), Will McIntosh, Matthew Kressel, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Paul M. Berger and Al Robertson.
Little Lost Robot by Paul McAuley
First published in Interzone #217 and shortlisted for the BSFA Award for Best Short Story of 2008.
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