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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:02 pm 
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Arrived today in SW France - in perfect condition (as usual).


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Just received on the Island, and here's a link to my blog, with ratings for DVD & blu-ray reviews.
http://pigasuspress.blogspot.com/2011/11/interzone.html

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Arrived today in New York City looking beautiful as always.


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Good issue.

The standout stories for me were "The Last Osama" and "Digital Rites".



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SF Revu review.

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Thanks for posting that, Jim. That and the Gardner Dozois revue on your blog cheered up a miserable grey January morning!

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THE LAST OSAMA was truly stunning. A remarkable piece of fiction. I've loved all Tidhar's stories I've read so far. Where should I start with his novels? After reading this brilliant piece of work - unforgettable - I want to read OSAMA....


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If anyone shares Stephen's feelings, then you'll be pleased to know that "Osama" is currently free for Kindle:-

http://www.amazon.com/Osama-ebook/dp/B005OSXJO2

Limited time only, so get in quick.

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And here's the UK link:-

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Osama-ebook/dp/ ... 768&sr=1-1

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You can buy the hardback or E book direct from PS publishing via links on Lavie's website. You don't have to use Amazon.


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Running late, and only read the first two stories so far, but they are both crackers - especially 'Erasing the Concept of Sex from a Photobooth'.

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Uploaded this issue to Fictionwise. It should go live Tuesday 20th March or 3rd April, We shall see. Smashwords should be sooner.


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Uploaded Interzone 237 to Fictionwise. Lavie Tidhar, Douglas Lain, Caspian Gray & Jim Hawkins provide the fiction. still problems with headings, indexes, layout etc. One such is getting the ebook TOC match the text TOC. I've tried various remedies without resolving the problems.


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Interzone #237 now live on Fictionwise with stories from Lavie Tidhar (The Last Osama), Douglas Lain (Erasing the Concept of Sex From a Photobooth), Caspian Gray (Insect Joy) & Jim Hawkins (Digital Rites). Also on Smashwords


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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 4:34 pm 
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For Stephen or anyone else interested, Solaris have just announced that they'll publish a paperback edition of Lavie Tidhar's "Osama" in October.

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