Interzone 240

May 13, 2012

Artwork by Ben Baldwin

This issue’s Bookzone will feature: 

A review of After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall by Nancy Kress, along with an interview with Nancy by Maureen Kincaid Speller. 

An A to Z of the Fantastic City by Hal Duncan (reviewed by me) 

Blue Remembered Earth by Alastair Reynolds (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn) 

The Company of the Dead by David Kowalski (reviewed by John Howard) 

Transmission by Ray Meaney (reviewed by Elaine Gallagher) 

The Heir of Night by Helen Lowe (reviewed by Ian Hunter) 

The Game is Altered by Moz Parker (reviewed by Jack Deighton) 

The Not Yet by Moira Crone (reviewed by Stephen Theaker) 

Jane Carver of Waar by Nathan Long (reviewed by Stephen Theaker) 

You will find the contents for the rest of the issue on Ben Baldwin’s fine cover above. It’s the latest in his tarot sequence. Go here to  order a copy or subscribe (or even just to browse the contents). You can also discuss Interzone 240 on the TTA forum.


Polluto 4 out now

January 7, 2009

Polluto 4 is out now from Dog Horn Press. It’s available in stern hardback or compliant softback. You can buy it here.

The contents are as follows:

Alice in the Palace by Dave Migman
Parasol Clerks by Rhys Hughes
Jeanne by Steve Redwood
Mouse Diary by Daniel Wilson
Queer & Loathing on the Yellow Brick Road by Deb Hoag
A Shade of Yellow by Alex MacFarlane
Beta Child, Gamma Child by Malon Edwards
Paint the Town by Anne Pinckard
Sweet Adult Cell by Ray Succre
Beauty and the Beast by Micci Oaten
Heart of Cement by Lawrence Dagstine
The Bears in the Wood by Jim Steel
The Androidgenous Zone by Andrew Hook & Allen Ashley
Velcro Hurt by Ernesto Sarezale
The Day Hermeneutics Died by David McLean
Willow Within by D. W. Green
A Long Hard Look by Rhian Waller
On Biting Roy by Janis Butler Holm
Live Without A Net by RC Edrington
Mona and the Machine by Matthew Longo
Backseat Ballet by Mark Howard Jones
Voom and Bloom by Frank Burton
Alice in Agony Pink by Michelle Mead
ADD by Chris Patton
Shedding by Rhian Waller

It’s edited by Adam Lowe, and the artwork is by Elaine Borthwick, Ignacio Candel, Luke Drozd, Kurt Huggins & Zelda Devon, Dave Migman,  and Flavia Testa-Lytle.

Overseas customers can now buy it for $12 which includes free surface shipping. The hardback is a limited edition of 100, and the softback is a limited edition of 500. Neither will be reprinted.

The Bears in the Wood features some of the characters who were in The Crock of Shet, which was briefly available on the Blood, Blade & Thrusters site, and the titles are probably the biggest hostages to fortune since Amy Winehouse signed her recording contract.