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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:41 pm 
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Enjoyed the interview too, i'll certainly pick up his books next time i'm in waterstones.

Also really enjoyed the Ray Cluley story. I always prefer it when writers don't feel the need to explain every little detail of how things work in the world of their story.

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Yet another great issue. All great stories, but my favourite was definitely 'Tell Me Everything' by Chris Butler - loved the concept of the spores, and would definitely read more by Chris on the basis of this story.


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The latest issue still hasn't made it to sunny Essex. :(


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Another great issue.

Loved the Chris Butler story, too.

Having read the story when Chris passed it around our writer's group I loved it then, and it is great to see this story in the pages of IZ.

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IZ 233 turned up today. Looks like a bumper issue.


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Lois Tilton review in Locus Online.

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Two Hugo short-listers - according to SFRevu. Nice one.

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Got mine on Tuesday in Auckland, New Zealand. Just read the Bacigalupi interview which was most enjoyable.


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Tough call this time, but the honours from me go to "The Silver Wind".

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Interzone 233 was in my university mailbox in Uppsala last Friday. It probably arrived earlier that week. I've been too busy to look at it as yet.


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