Recent Arrivals

November 18, 2012

More books for the Interzone reviewers. I’m mentioning them here because we won’t have enough room to review all of them. Hope I haven’t missed anyone out.

Redshirts by John Scalzi

The Folly of the World by Jesse Bullington

London Falling by Paul Cornell

Splintered by A.G. Howard

Outlaw Bodies edited by Lori Selke & Djibril al-Ayad

Malice by John Gwynne

Clockwork Angels by Kevin J Anderson & Neil Peart

The Immortals of Meluha by Amish

The Holders by Julianna Scott

The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke

World’s End by Will Elliott

Bells of the Kingdom by Leona Wisoker

Fires of the Desert by Leona Wisoker

Advent by James Treadwell

The Doctor and the Rough Rider by Mike Resnick

The Alchemy Press Book of Ancient Wonders edited by Jan Edwards & Jenny Barber

The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes edited by Mike Chinn


Interzone 232

January 11, 2011

Artwork by Richard Wagner

James Bloomer is the winner of the James White Award and his story is published in this issue.
The BookZone will feature:
The Flying Saucer by Bernard Newman (reviewed by Ian Sales)

Vampire Empire by Clay & Sue Griffith (reviewed by Ian Hunter)

The Immersion Book of SF edited by Carmelo Rafala (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)

One by David Karp (reviewed by Jonathan McAlmont)

Version 43 by Philip Palmer (reviewed by Iain Emsley)

The Buntline Special by Mike Resnick (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)

Lightborne by Tricia Sullivan (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)

Limbo by Bernard Wolfe (reviewed by Andrew J. Wilson)

Corvus by Paul Kearney (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)

The Horns of Ruin by Tim Akers (reviewed by me)

It should be out within a week and can be ordered here.

Interzone 218

September 14, 2008

– artwork by Warwick Fraser-Coombe

The October Interzone was published last Thursday and should be speeding its way to your doormat or local retailer as you read this. Indeed, it may even have already arrived. This time around we have the following reviews:

The Last Reef and Other Stories by Gareth Powell (reviewed and interviewed by Paul Cockburn)
An Evil Guest by Gene Wolfe (reviewed by Mike Cobley)
The Kingdom Beyond The Waves by Stephen Hunt (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)
Template by Matthew Hughes (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Year’s Best Fantasy 8 edited by David G. Hartwell & Kathryn Cramer (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
The Painted Man by Peter Brett (reviewed by Iain Emsley)
Stalking the Unicorn & Stalking the Vampire by Mike Resnick (reviewed by Juliet McKenna)
Saturn’s Children by Charles Stross (reviewed and interviewed by Rick Kleffel)

A big thanks goes out to Paul Raven for his help and Andy Cox for making the review section look so damned good. The rest of the magazine’s not half bad either. It’s a bit of a Chris Beckett special and contains no less than three of his stories and an interview with him, plus more fiction from Daniel Akelrod & Lenny Royter, Hannu Rajaniemi, and Tim Lees. There are also film reviews from Nick Lowe, DVD reviews from Tony Lee, and news and stuff from David Langford.

Doesn’t that cover look wonderful?