According to the results of the annual poll, Interzone is also the fifth most popular magazine with Locus readers. Fifth equal, at any rate.
Gardner Dozois reviews Interzone 239.
Interzone also came 9th in the Best Magazine category of the annual readers’ poll.
No excepts for you this time. You can buy your own Locus. You no longer any excuse since you don’t have to wait three weeks for a paper copy (if you’re in Europe, at any rate) and can now get a digital edition for a couple of bucks and a few clicks of the mouse.
It’s worth it.
The reading list can be found here. Locus 613 (the February issue) has also been published, although the site has not been updated with it yet, and this issue has a summation of the science fiction publishing year amongst other things. It reports that the BFSA experiment in direct selling with Vector 268 (the Diana Wynne Jones special issue) moved almost 10% more copies than usual.
As always, I highly recommend Locus to everyone who is serious about science fiction. It is essential.