This issue should be out very, very soon; we’re talking days now. There will be fiction from Jon Wallace, Chen Qiufan (translated by Ken Liu), Priya Sharma, Jason Sanford and Caroline M. Yoachim; non-fiction columns from David Langford, Tony Lee and Nick Lowe; and artwork from Ben Baldwin, Richard Wagner, Martin Hanford and Warwick Fraser-Coombe. Go here for details and samples.
The Bookzone will feature:
Jack Glass by Adam Roberts (reviewed and interviewed by Paul Kincaid)
Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson (reviewed by me)
Blood and Feathers by Lou Morgan (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)
Empty Space by M. John Harrison (reviewed by Jack Deighton)
The Hydrogen Sonata by Iain M. Banks (reviewed by Lara Buckerton)
Some Kind of Fairy Tale by Graham Joyce (reviewed by Elaine Gallagher)
Sorry Please Thank You by Charles Yu (reviewed by me)
The Sphinx of the Ice Realm by Jules Verne (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)
The Fractal Prince by Hannu Rajaniemi (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)
The Wurms of Blearmouth by Steven Erikson (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)
Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Interzone 242 has been out for a wee while. I should have mentioned it sooner but I’m swamped with work at the moment. Which is good. Anyway, follow the link for further details.
This issue’s Bookzone includes:
Existence by David Brin (reviewed and interviewed by me)
Cursed by Benedict Jacka (reviewed by Juliet E. Mckenna)
2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson (reviewed by Jack Deighton)
Great North Road by Peter F. Hamilton (reviewed by John Howard)
The Devil’s Nebula by Eric Brown (reviewed by Ian Hunter)
The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and led the Revels There by Catherynne M. Valente (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)
Nested Scrolls by Rudy Rucker (reviewed by Nathaniel Tapley)
Railsea by China Miéville (reviewed by Andy Hedgecock)
The Killing Moon by N.K. Jemisin (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
The Shadowed Sun by N.K. Jemisin (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
The Last Man Standing by Davide Longo (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Wonders of the Invisible World by Patricia A. McKillip (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)
The Moon Moth by Jack Vance, adapted by Humayoun Ibrahim (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)
Adrift on the Sea of Rains by Ian Sales (reviewed by Ian Hunter)
Seven Wonders by Adam Christopher (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)
Bluegrass Symphony by Lisa L. Hannett (reviewed by Peter Tennant)
Bread and Circuses by Felicity Dowker (reviewed by Peter Tennant)
This month’s Bookzone features the following titles:
In the Mouth of the Whale by Paul McAuley (reviewed by Elaine Gallagher)
Intrusion by Ken MacLeod (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)
The Wild Girls by Ursula Le Guin (reviewed by Juliet E. McKenna)
From Elvish to Klingon by Michael Adams (reviewed by Lara Buckerton)
Giant Thief by David Tallerman (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)
Sensation by Nick Mamatas (reviewed by Nathaniel Tapley)
Theme Planet by Andy Remic (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)
Babylon Steel by Gaie Sebold (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)
I’ve reviewed Chris Beckett’s Dark Eden and have interviewed him for this issue. I could have filled the entire Bookzone with Chris; he’s a fascinating and gracious interviewee. He’s also turning into one of the most important SF novelists of the century.
This issue also has fiction from Steve Rasnic Tem, Jon Wallace, Suzanne Palmer, Jacob A. Boyd, Matthew Cook and Nigel Brown, artwork by Dave Senecal, Richard Wagner, Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Mark Pexton and Ben Baldwin, and non-fiction from David Langford, Nick Lowe and Tony Lee.
You can sample the fiction and artwork here. I normally try to post about the latest issue a week or two in advance but this issue may already be out. It’ll certainly appear in the next day or so.
Me? I’m going to try and find ways of stretching time. Or maybe I’ll just clone myself.