Also out is the latest issue of Ellen Datlow’s favourite horror magazine. Interzone and Black Static have been synchronised for production reasons but you can still get both of them with a joint subscription.
Hey, I rate a mention in the introduction because of a story I had in the British Fantasy Society Journal last year. Neat.
Ellen Datlow’s annual anthology represents the best in horror fiction and you should buy it if you’ve got any interest at all in the genre. And I’m not just saying that because I’m biased in any way. Look at the contributors to this volume if you don’t believe me.
Interzone 237 will be published later this month and contains fiction from Lavie Tidhar, Jim Hawkins, Douglas Lain and Caspian Gray. Richard Wagner, Steve Hambidge and David Gentry provide the artwork while David Langford, Nick Lowe and Tony Lee cover the non-fiction.
Dead Water by Simon Ings (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)
Final Days by Gary Gibson (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
The Silver Wind by Nina Allan (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
Naked City edited by Ellen Datlow (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)
Reamde by Neal Stephenson (reviewed by Paul Graham Raven)
Debris by Jo Anderton (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Roil by Trent Jaimeson (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)
Echo City by Tim Lebbon (reviewed by Ian Hunter)
Wither by Lauren DeStefano (reviewed by Jack Deighton)
The Silent Land by Graham Joyce (reviewed by Peter Tennant)
‘The most consistantly excellent horror magazine published’ (Ellen Datlow, The Best Horror of the Year Volume 2) now joins its sister magazine in full-colour glory. Take out a subscription or – even better – a joint Interzone/Black Static subscription here.
A list of the contents and samples of the fiction can be found here.
Go on. It’s beautiful.
The stories from Julie Travis and Waldo Gemio in Causes For Alarm have just received honourable mentions in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year 1.