Starship Sofa 306

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.


SF Site

August 16, 2013

Sandra Scholes reviews Interzone 244.


SF Signal Podcast 198

August 10, 2013

SF Signal Podcast 198 has a very brief review of Interzone 244 at around the forty-first minute.

It’s a good podcast and it is worth a listen in its entirety.  And it’s free.


Locus 629

June 2, 2013

Gardner Dozois reviews Interzone 244 and Interzone 245 in June’s Locus.


Best SF

March 27, 2013

Mark Watson reviews Interzone 244.


Locus Online, Early February

March 1, 2013

Lois Tilton reviews Interzone 244.


John’s Reading

February 19, 2013

John Fairhurst reviews Interzone 244.


A Mad Man With A Blog

February 14, 2013

Matthew S. Dent reviews Interzone 244.


Suite 101

February 6, 2013

Steve Rogerson reviews Interzone 244.


Interzone 244 Kindle

February 6, 2013

Now available through the Amazon site for Kindle.


Interzone 244 ebook

February 5, 2013

Interzone 244 is now available as several different flavours of ebook at Smashwords.


Black Static 32

January 18, 2013

Both Black Static 32 and Interzone 244 have been published. It’s official.

Go get ‘em! Go get ‘em together with a joint subscription! And look out for Flux - a free new magazine that will be sent out to subscribers of the above two.

And vote for your favourite stories from last year’s issues of Interzone in the annual poll. Check the – uh – checklist to refresh your memory.

That should keep you quiet for a while.


Snowdrop

January 16, 2013

Fantastic Literature’s January catalogue is available.

It has the first sighting of Interzone 244.


Interzone 244

January 9, 2013
Artwork by Jim Burns

Artwork by Jim Burns

The first Interzone of 2013 will be here soon. Inside it you will find fiction from Jim Hawkins, Guy Haley, Helen Jackson, Lavie Tidhar, Tracie Welser and George Zebrowski, the regular nonfiction columns from David Langford, Tony Lee and Nick Lowe, and artwork from Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Richard Wagner, Martin Hanford and Jim Burns. Jim will also be providing all of this year’s covers. Follow the above link for more information and samples.

Any regular visitors to this blog will have noticed that there didn’t appear to be much going on in December. This was because I was literally flat on my back my back with a seasonal plague. Andy Cox had to step in and finish editing the Book Zone for me, for which I am profoundly grateful and not a little embarrassed.

This issue’s Book Zone features reviews of the following titles:

Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed (reviewed and author interviewed by Ian Sales)

Nexus by Ramez Naam (reviewed by Matthew S. Dent)

Bedlam by Christopher Brookmyre (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)

Steampunk III: Steampunk Revolution edited by Ann VanderMeer (reviewed by Simon Marshall Jones)

Taken by Benedict Jacka (reviewed by Juliet E. McKenna)

Origin by J. T. Brannan (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

Helix Wars by Eric Brown (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)

In Other Worlds by Margaret Atwood (reviewed by Barbara Melville)

The Corpse-Rat King by Lee Battersby (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

The Creative Fire by Brenda Cooper (reviewed by me)

Jagannath by Karin Tidbeck (reviewed and author interviewed by Stephen Theaker)

It’s a particularly fine-looking issue even if I do say so myself. Hopefully I’ll have stopped coughing like a Romantic poet by the time it arrives.


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