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New Science Fiction & Fantasy INTERZONE ISSUE 278 OUT NOW!

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Congratulations to Chris Beckett

30th Jun, 2009

Author: Andy Hedgecock

Congratulations to Chris Beckett who has won the prestigious 2009 Edge Hill Short Story Prize for his collection The Turing Test (published by Elastic Press). Chris was on an impressive shortlist with Shena Mackay, Ali Smith, Gerard Donovan and Booker winner Anne Enright. Here's an interview with Chris from last year, conducted around the time The Turing Test was published.

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Coming Soon: Interzone 223

25th Jun, 2009

Interzone issue 223 (July–August 2009), a Dominic Green special, is out on the 9th July. Here's a sneak preview…

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Interzone 222 (May/June)

12th May, 2009

Interzone issue 222, published on May 14th 2009, has new science fiction and fantasy stories by Sean McMullen, Aliette de Bodard, Tim Pratt, Sarah L. Edwards, Nina Allan and Kim Lakin-Smith, plus all the usual art, news, reviews and interviews.

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2008 Readers' Poll Results

8th May, 2009

Full results and comments will appear in issue 222, but here are the winners of Best Story and Best Art of 2008…

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IROSF reviews Interzone 221

7th May, 2009

Lois Tilton says that "The prize for the month goes to Interzone."

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Coming Soon: Interzone 222

2nd May, 2009

Interzone issue 222 (May–June 2009) is out on 14th May. Here's a sneak preview…

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Free Black Static 10

22nd Apr, 2009

All new subscriptions until the end of May receive a copy of Black Static issue 10 free.

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Islington Crocodiles at Eastercon

2nd Apr, 2009

Copies of the second edition of Paul Meloy's highly acclaimed collection will be on sale at Eastercon.

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Eastercon

1st Apr, 2009

Interzone will be at Eastercon, the 60th British National Science Fiction Convention .

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SF Revu reviews Interzone 221

1st Apr, 2009

Sam Tomaino says that Interzone "once again has cutting-edge stories, unlike anything else out there" and he still considers it "the best science fiction magazine around."

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