October 30, 2009
Artwork by Adam Tredowski
Interzone 225 is out on November 12th in this jaw-dropping wrap-around cover and will feature fiction from Jason Sanford, Lavie Tidhar, Rebecca J. Payne, Colin Harvey, Shannon Page and Jay Lake, with non-fiction from David Langford, Tony Lee and Nick Lowe, and more artwork from Mark Pexton and Warwick Fraser-Coombe.
The Bookzone will carry the following reviews:
Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld (reviewed by Paul Cockburn)
Acts of Destruction by Mat Coward (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
Storm Glass by Maria Snyder (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)
Years Best SF26 edited by Gardner Dozois (reviewed by Maureen Kincaid Speller)
Transition by Iain Banks (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
Oceanic by Greg Egan (reviewed by Paul Graham Raven)
The Gift of Joy by Ian Whates (reviewed by Mike Cobley)
Bauchelian and Korbal Broach by Steven Erikson (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)
Broken Symmetries by Steve Redwood (reviewed by Ian Sales)
The Bride Stripped Bare by Rachel Kendall (reviewed by Andy Hedgecock)
Heart of Veridon by Tim Akers (reviewed by me)
Order your copy here. Or subscribe – it’ll provide a glowing light in the winter darkness.
June 25, 2009
Artwork by Adam Tredowksi
Next month’s Interzone is a Dominic Green special with three stories from him. He’s also interviewed by Andy Hedgecock, and there is more fiction from Susanne Palmer and Eric Gregory. David Langford, Tony Lee and Nick Lowe will be supplying their usual high-quality non-fiction.
The Bookzone features an interview with Joe Abercrombie and a review of his latest novel, Best Served Cold, by Maureen Kincaid Speller who, because of a massive onslaught of gremlins at the other end, went above and beyond the call of duty on her way to delivering an excellent piece. There’s also a chance to win a complete set of Joe’s novels as well.
Other books reviewed are:
Retribution Falls by Chris Wooding (reviewed by Sandy Auden)
Canary Fever by John Clute (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
Ice Song by Kirsten Imani Kasai (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
Offworld by Robin Parrish (reviewed by Ian Sales)
Consorts of Heaven by Jaine Fenn (reviewed by Lawrence Osborn)
Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve (reviewed by Paul Cockburn)
Prospero Lost by L. Jagi Lamplighter (reviewed by Duncan Lunan)
Order your copy here or, better still, subscribe.
March 1, 2009
Artwork by Adam Tredowski.
Interzone 221 will be out by the 12th of March, and has stories from Bruce Sterling, Al Robertson, Matthew Kressel, Will McIntosh, Alaya Dawn Johnson, and Paul Berger. In the Bookzone this time we have:
The Caryatids by Bruce Sterling (review and interview by Ian Sales)
Escape From Hell by Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle, and Escape From Hell! by Hal Duncan (reviewed by Paul Cockburn)
The Best of Gene Wolfe (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
The Mystery of Grace by Charles de Lint (reviewed by Lawrence Osbourn)
One Second After by William Forschen (reviewed by John Howard)
Seeds of Earth by Michael Cobley (reviewed by Peter Loftus)
Yellow Blue Tibia by Adam Roberts (reviewed by Kevin Stone)
Journey Into Space by Toby Litt (reviewed by Paul Kincaid)
UFO in Her Eyes by Xiaolu Guo (reviewed by Rick Kleffel)
1942 by James Conroy (reviewed by me)
That’s another remarkable cover, isn’t it?
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?