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New Science Fiction & Fantasy INTERZONE ISSUE 287 OUT NOW!


13th Jan, 2014

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The 250th issue of Interzone and Black Static issue 38 are both at press and will begin to mail out in about a week. We'll be posting full "current issue" details soon, but meanwhile here's a brief description of the contents. Click on the cover graphics for a larger view.

Interzone 250

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Interzone's 2014 cover artist is Wayne Haag. There are seven stories, by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, David Tallerman, Georgina Bruce, C. Allegra Hawksmoor, Rebecca Campbell, Greg Kurzawa, Caroline M. Yoachim, all illustrated in glorious full colour by Ben Baldwin, Richard Wagner, Martin Hanford, and Dave Senecal. All the usual regular features are present, including David Langford's 200th Ansible Link; Book Zone, including an interview with Libby McGugan; Nick Lowe's Mutant Popcorn (film reviews); Tony Lee's Laser Fodder (DVD/Blu-ray reviews).

Black Static 38

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The issue is dedicated to the memory of Joel Lane (1963–2013), and Nicholas Royle pays tribute in 'The Conscience of the Circuit'.

The front and back cover art is by Joachim Luetke. Long and short stories are by John Grant, Andrew Hook, Maura McHugh, Tim Waggoner, Danny Rhodes, and Malcolm Devlin makes his debut. Peter Tennant reviews a great many books and interviews author Gary Fry. Tony Lee reviews DVDs/Blu-rays. Lynda Rucker and Stephen Volk supply their usual comment columns.

Please don't forget to check the status of your subscriptions and renew if necessary, preferably before these issues mail out. New subscribers are very welcome! Simply click on any of the Buy Now or Subscribe links, or the Shop link in the title bar, and transact securely using any credit/debit card or Paypal.

A tip for potential subscribers outside the UK: if you take out a 12-issue subscription (including the further discounted 12-issue dual subscription to both Interzone and Black Static), 6 of those issues will have absolutely no postage charge added, you'll pay the exact same price as anybody in the UK.


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