Vector 270

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The Late Spring issue of Vector has summations of 2011 from Graham Andrews, Lynne Bispham, Nic Clarke, Mark Connorton, Gary Dalkin, Alan Fraser, Naill Harrison, David Hebblethwaite, Tony Keen, Paul Kincaid, Maureen Kincaid Speller, Martin McGrath, Kev McVeigh, Anthony Nanson, Paul Graham Raven, Partick Mahon, Ian Sales, Andy Sawyer, Donna Scott, Sue Thomson, Sandra Unerman, Jonathan McCalmont, Alison Page and me. The rest of the contents (including articles from Shana Worthen, Victor Grech, Clare Thake-Vassallo, Ivan Callus, Melanie Keene, Terry Martin, Stephen Baxter and others) can be found here. Book reviews editor Martin Lewis’s editorial can be found here along with a list of the books reviewed in this issue.

This British Science Fiction Association mailing also comes with the latest issue of the BSFA writers magazine, Focus 58. Again, follow the link to discover the contents.

There is also an anthology,  BSFA Awards 2011, which reprints all of the shortlisted stories, giving us Nina Allan’s The Silver Wind (Interzone 233) and Al Robertson’s Of Dawn (Interzone 235) as well as stories from Paul Cornell, Kameron Hurley and China Miéville.

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4 Responses to Vector 270

  1. Ian Hunter says:

    It sounds too good to miss, maybe I should be renewing my BSFA membership, as well as my Supernatural Tales subscription.

  2. Jim Steel says:

    I’ve just found out that Stephen Cashmore is now the assistant editor at Supernatural Tales. Which is nice.

  3. Ian Hunter says:

    And he had an ad in the latest one for all his “services”.

  4. Jim Steel says:

    Ah, yes. His ‘French lessons’. Ahem.

    Of course, this should mean that he’s no longer eligble for the cash prize for most popular story, leaving the field wide open for us [rubs hands together].

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