October 2, 2013
Guy Haley’s iRobot (Interzone 244) and Philip Suggars’ Automatic Diamanté (Interzone 247) are the featured stories in this week’s podcast. Well, it’s last week’s podcast now – but it’s still available.
And while we’re here, Eugie Foster’s Nebula Award-winning Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast (Interzone 220) is the featured story in Tales to Terrify 86.
If you still haven’t sampled the podcasts from the District of Wonders stable then you’re missing out on some excellent hours of listening. And they’re free, although they won’t object if you want to send a contribution their way.
November 9, 2010
Gardner Dozois says in The Year’s Best SF: Twenty-Seventh Annual Collection (or The Mammoth Book of Best New SF 23 as the British edition is titled) that “Interzone had an above-average year” in 2009.
He reprints Black Swan by Bruce Sterling (Interzone 221) and Butterfly Bomb by Dominic Green (Interzone 223) and gives honourable mentions to The Festival of Tethselem by Chris Butler (Interzone 224), Ys by Aliette de Bodard (Interzone 222), Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast by Eugie Foster (Interzone 220), The Transformation of Aishwarya Desai by Eric Gregory (Interzone 223), Coat of Many Colours and Glister by Dominic Green (Interzone 223), Eagleburger’s Lawn by by Alex Irvine (Interzone 223), Saving Diego by Matthew Kressel (Interzone 221), A Clown Escapes from Circus Town by Will McIntosh (Interzone 221), Mother of Champions by Sean McMullen (Interzone 222), Bone Island by Shannon Page & Jay Lake (Interzone 225), Silence and Roses by Suzanne Palmer (Interzone 223), By Starlight by Rebecca J. Payne (Interzone 225), Unexpected Outcomes by Tim Pratt (Interzone 222), Sublimation Angels by Jason Sanford (Interzone 224), No Longer You by Katherine Sparrow & Rachel Swirsky (Interzone 224), Monetized by Jason Stoddard (Interzone 220), and Funny Pages by Lavie Tidhar (Interzone 225).
August 10, 2010
Eugie Foster’s Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast (Interzone 220) is one of the finalists for the 2010 Washington SF Association Small Press Award.
September 6, 2009
Eugie Foster’s Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast is now available as a free podcast. It has also been reprinted online in Apex volume III #II for those of you who can’t believe your ears, which also gets reviewed in The Fix by Kimberly Lundstrom.
It first appeared in Interzone 220.
June 26, 2009
Tangent is back.
Here’s a review of Interzone 220 from Nathan Brazil
June 1, 2009
Interzone 220 is at #10 in the Fictionwise Highest Rated eBooks: Recent chart, which is compiled from the books that they’ve released in the past 30 days.
And they’ve released a lot.
May 12, 2009
Fictionwise have just published electronic editions of Interzone 220 and Interzone 221. Both are being offered at a 30% discount at the moment. In fact, everything in the Fictionwise catalogue has a discount of between 30-50% because it’s their ninth anniversary. Happy birthday, Fictionwise.
May 8, 2009
Gardner Dozois reviews Interzone 220 in the May issue of Locus. Jason Stoddard’s Monetized is his favourite. “…one of the purest examples I’ve seen in some time of what Kingsley Amis once refered to as the ‘Cosmic Inferno’ story, the kind of smart and openly satiric story that Frederik Pohl & C.M. Kornbluth used to write for Galaxy back in the ’50’s [...] horrifying and unsettlingly possible.” He also thought that “Eugie Foster’s Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast is an elegantly strange slipstreamish fantasy.”
March 6, 2009
Interzone 220 is reviewed in Black Gate.