Interzone 260

September 25, 2015
Artwork by Martin Hanford

Artwork by Martin Hanford

Interzone 260 is here, and has been here for a couple of weeks. Click on the cover to find out more details. And if you want an ebook edition, head over to the Weightless site, UK Kindle or US Kindle.

In this issue’s Book Zone, Shaun Green interviews Becky Chambers about The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet.

We also have reviews of:

Gene Mapper by Taiyo Fujii (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

The Fifth Dimension by Martin Vopěnka (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)

The Feminine Future edited by Mike Ashley (reviewed by John Howard)

Mother of Eden by Chris Beckett (reviewed by Juliet E. McKenna)

Armada by Ernest Cline (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)

The Water Knife by Paulo Bacigalupi (reviewed by Paul Graham Raven)

Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

Skin by Ilka Tampke (reviewed by Ian Sales)

A Borrowed Man by Gene Wolfe (reviewed by Jack Deighton)

Beneath London by James P. Blaylock (reviewed by me)


Interzone 259

September 13, 2015
Artwork by Martin Hanford

Artwork by Martin Hanford

Running to stay in the same place, I’m posting the Book Zone contents of Interzone 259 a matter of mere days before Interzone 260 is issued.

Barbara Melville interviews Al Robertson about Crashing Heaven and also reviews it.

We also have:

The Great Bazaar & Brayan’s Gold by Peter V. Brett (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)

Chasing the Phoenix by Michael Swanwick (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)

Poseiden’s Wake & Slow Bullets by Alastair Reynolds (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)

The Doll Collection edited by Ellen Datlow (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

Collected Fiction by Hannu Rajaniemi (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)

The Book of Pheonix by Nnedi Okorafor (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

The Freedom Maze by Delia Sherman (reviewed by Jack Deighton)

Dark Orbit by Carol Ives Gilman (reviewed by Ian Sales)

Expiration Date by Tim Powers (reviewed by Andy Hedgecock)

Sisters of the Revolution edited by Ann & Jeff VanderMeer (reviewed by Elaine Gallagher)

The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road by Abbie Bernstein


Interzone 257

April 14, 2015
Artwork by Martin Hanford

Artwork by Martin Hanford

Interzone 257 has an interview with Helen Marshall by Andy Hedgecock, who also reviews Gifts For The One Who Comes After. I highly recommend Helen’s work to anyone who loves weird fiction.

This issue’s Book Zone also has reviews of:

Tigerman by Nick Harkaway (reviewed by Juliet E. McKenna)

The Final Testimony of Raphael Ignatius Pheonix  (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

Hyperluminal by Jim Burns  (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

Edge of Darkness by Brenda Cooper  (reviewed by Ian Sales)

Revenger 1 by Warwick Fraser-Coombe  (reviewed by me)

The Very Best of Kate Elliot by Kate Elliot  (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)

Beta-Life edited by Martin Amos & Ra Page  (reviewed by Jack Deighton)

Tell No Lies by John Grant  (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)

The Glorious Angels by Justina Robson  (reviewed by me)

Ditko’s Shorts by Steve Ditko  (reviewed by me)

Follow the links for more information.

TTA Press

Weightless epub, PDF, mobi

Amazon Kindle UK

Amazon Kindle USA

Smashwords epub

The Speculative Bookshop 5

March 17, 2015

What I did at the weekend. If I had my wits about me, I would have posted something in advance — but there was a good turnout anyway.

Ansible 329

December 2, 2014

Latest Ansible.

News from the world of SF.

The Guardian 52272

September 23, 2014

I have a short letter in today’s Guardian in which I solve the English democratic deficit and reform the constitution at the same time. You can thank me later.

Interzone 253

August 26, 2014

Art by Wayne Haag

Art by Wayne Haag

Interzone 253 is the current issue. And I’m getting slower and slower when it comes to keeping this blog updated.

Follow the above link to the TTA main page for more details, including how to buy it.

In this issue’s Book Zone we have:

Robot Uprisings by Daniel H. Wilson & John Joseph Adams (reviewed by Matthew S. Dent, who also interviewed Adams ahead of his Hugo win. Prescient or what?)

Koko Takes a Holiday by Kieran Shea (reviewed by Jack Deighton)

Child of a Hidden Sea by A.M. Dellamonica (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)

Extreme Planets edited by David Conyers, David Kernott & Jeff Harris (reviewed by Ian Sales)

Blood Kin by Steve Rasnic Tem (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

The Best of Tad Williams (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

Morphologies edited by Ra Page (reviewed by Andrew J. Wilson)

Kindred by Octavia Butler (reviewed by Paul Graham Raven)

The Madonna & the Starship by James Morrow (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)

Hollow World by Michael J. Sullivan (reviewed by Simon Marshall-Jones)

The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen (reviewed by me)



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