Interzone 234

Relics by Richard Wagner

Interzone 234 is published next week and in the Bookzone you will find:

Son of Heaven by David Wingrove ( reviewed and interviewed by Ian Sales)

Embrace / Faking It / Liberty Spin / Memesis / Segue by Keith Brooke, The Angels of Life and Death / A Writer’s Life by Eric Brown, Take No Prisoners by John Grant, Monterra’s Deliciosa & Other Tales & / Spotted Lily by Anna Tambour, One More Unfortunate by Kaitlin Queen (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)

Sleight of Hand by  Peter Beagle (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

Down to the Bone by Justina Robson (reviewed Juliet E. McKenna)

Smallworld by Dominic Green (reviewed by Jack Deighton)

Outpost by Adam Baker (reviewed by Jonathan McCalmont)

After the Golden Age – Carrie Vaughn (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

Equations of Life by Simon Morden (reviewed by me)


5 Responses to Interzone 234

  1. IAN HUNTER says:

    Looks great, will be interesting to read your review and Juliet’s as I reviewed them both for the British Fantasy Society. Funnily enough I’ve been working on a series of short stories under the collective title “Sleight of Hand” so will be interesting to read that review as well.

  2. Jim Steel says:

    The Beagle collection is just named after one of the stories, so I think your series is safe.

  3. IAN HUNTER says:

    Phew, and nice to see that Thunderbird 2 is on the cover of the next “Interzone”.

  4. iansales says:

    The robot is from a Studio Ghibli film too. And surely it’s #234?

  5. Jim Steel says:

    Oops! Fixed. Thanks, Ian.

    Yup, you’re right. The Royal Wedding joke is halfway true. The T-Bird reflects her own childhood and now she sees that of her future children’s ahead of her. I think.

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