Compare and contrast.
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.
Interzone 242 has been out for a wee while. I should have mentioned it sooner but I’m swamped with work at the moment. Which is good. Anyway, follow the link for further details.
This issue’s Bookzone includes:
Existence by David Brin (reviewed and interviewed by me)
Cursed by Benedict Jacka (reviewed by Juliet E. Mckenna)
2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson (reviewed by Jack Deighton)
Great North Road by Peter F. Hamilton (reviewed by John Howard)
The Devil’s Nebula by Eric Brown (reviewed by Ian Hunter)
The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and led the Revels There by Catherynne M. Valente (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)
Nested Scrolls by Rudy Rucker (reviewed by Nathaniel Tapley)
Railsea by China Miéville (reviewed by Andy Hedgecock)
The Killing Moon by N.K. Jemisin (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
The Shadowed Sun by N.K. Jemisin (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
The Last Man Standing by Davide Longo (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Wonders of the Invisible World by Patricia A. McKillip (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)
The Moon Moth by Jack Vance, adapted by Humayoun Ibrahim (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)
Adrift on the Sea of Rains by Ian Sales (reviewed by Ian Hunter)
Seven Wonders by Adam Christopher (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)
Bluegrass Symphony by Lisa L. Hannett (reviewed by Peter Tennant)
Bread and Circuses by Felicity Dowker (reviewed by Peter Tennant)