Interzone 252

June 2, 2014
Artwork by Wayne Haag

Artwork by Wayne Haag

The current issue of Interzone sees Andy Hedgecock interviewing Neil Williamson and reviewing his novel, The Moon King. There’s a story from Neil elsewhere in the magazine.

The Book Zone also has reviews of:

Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer (reviewed by Jo L. Walton)

The Burning Dark by Adam Christopher (reviewed by Paul F. Cockburn)

Descent by Ken Macleod (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)

Tesseracts 17 edited by Colleen Anderson & Steve Vernon (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)

The Three by Sarah Lotz (reviewed by Simon Marshall-Jones)

Lagoon by Nnedi Okorafor (reviewed by Stephen Theaker)

The Boy with the Porcelain Blade by Den Patrick (reviewed by Matthew S. Dent)

Astra by Naomi Foyle (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)

The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North (reviewed by Jack Deighton)

Europe in Autumn by Dave Hutchinson (reviewed by Barbara Melville)

You can order a copy here (or even just browse some more of the contents) and follow its adventures here. Unusually, we’ve decided to put this issue’s editorial online. It’s important.

Regular readers will have noticed a l-o-o-o-ng gap between posts here. I have been unbelievably busy — although, unfortunately, not with stuff that will turn into prose. Life, eh? Can’t live with it, can’t live without it.

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August Reading

September 1, 2012

Neil Williamson comments on last month’s reading.


February Reads

March 9, 2012

Neil Williamson picks his favourites from last month’s fiction.


July’s Reading

August 1, 2011

Neil Williamson reports on what he read last month.


June’s Reading

July 1, 2011

Neil Williamson’s picks from June.


April’s Reading

April 28, 2011

Neil Williamson comments on some of the fiction he read this month.


The Ephemera

April 21, 2011

Neil Williamson’s excellent short story collection has just been republished as an eBook by infinity plus. It’s now got four more stories and an introduction by Hal Duncan.

Neil is one of the best Scottish short story writers alive today, so you really should take a look at it.