Artwork by Warwick Fraser-Coombe
Can you tell what it is yet? The second of Warwick Fraser-Coombe’s six linked covers is another astonishingly striking piece that works equally well as an individual work of art. But then, I’m biased. The interior’s pretty – um – pretty as well, with full-colour artwork from Robert Dunn, Jim Burns, Ben Baldwin and Dave Senecal. Chris Beckett contributes a guest editorial as well as a short story, and John Ingold, Mercurio D. Rivera, Jim Hawkins, Nina Allan and Steve Rasnic Tem provide the rest of this issue’s fiction. Regulars David Langford, Tony Lee and Nick Lowe contribute their usual high-quality non-fiction.
This month’s Bookzone has:
Paul F. Cockburn interviewing Connie Willis and reviewing her latest novel, Blackout.
Terminal World by Alistair Reynolds (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)
Geosynchron by David Louis Edelman (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
Naamah’s Kiss by Jacqueline Carey (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)
The Poison Throne by Celine Kiernan (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Tome of the Undergates by Sam Sykes (reviewed by Mike Cobley)
WE by John Dickinson (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)
Hyddenworld: Spring by William Horwood (reviewed by Iain Emsley)
Under in the Mere by Catherynne M. Valente (reviewed by Andrew J. Wilson)
A new distribution deal means that, from this issue onwards, Interzone is available in the USA, Germany, Greece, Cyprus, Hong Kong, Austria, Norway, Croatia, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Or you can always buy it here.