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 Post subject: INTERZONE 230
PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:22 am 
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Interzone 230, published on the 10th September, contains new science fiction and fantasy stories by Aliette de Bodard, Tim Lees, Nina Allan, Patrick Samphire, Lavie Tidhar; colour art by Warwick Fraser-Coombe (cover), Richard Wagner, Darren Winter, Ben Baldwin; David Langford's Ansible Link (news and obituaries); reviews of books, DVDs/Blu-rays and films; and a celebration of 25 years of Nick Lowe's Mutant Popcorn including an interview with Nick by Jonathan McCalmont and contributions from Kim Newman, Christopher Fowler, Gary Couzens…

Details and images here.

Please don't forget to check the insert in the previous issue and renew your subscription if necessary, as naturally we'd prefer every copy to go out in the main mailing.

We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to reading your comments here.


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I thought we could open a separate thread for Nick Lowe, in case readers would like to add their own appreciation of 25 years of Mutant Popcorn?


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Nick Lowe elucidates, critiques, runs for 25 years... and becomes a hero.


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nice one Glen


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Is there no way to convince Nick to post?


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Subscriber and contributor copies leave TTA Towers on Monday. As usual, please let us know when and how your copy arrives (especially if you're overseas), or more importantly if it fails to arrive at all...


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Is it possible to by this issue individually? I see paypal buttons for backissues but not for current.

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My blog post has ratings for all the DVDs & blu-rays I reviewed in this issue...
http://pigasuspress.blogspot.com/2010/09/iz-230.html

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Turned up in the wilds of South Yorkshire in today's post. And,for a miracle, the dog didn't try to taste it...

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Hi Ross I´m logging on from foreign parts at present, hence the delay. Back issues cost extra to send out direct because there is a lot of messing about involved to send out individual issues, as opposed to sharing it over 6 issues, especially between mailings. As people can buy current issues cheaper elswhere there seems no point in listing the current issue for individual sale.

I´ll be selling IZ 230 at Fantasycon if you´ll be there in 2, or so, weeks. Can´t remember a stockist near Cheltenham to recommend a local supplier but Smiths will order IZ for anyone who asks. It might be too late for IZ 230 now though but why not ask. Otherwise contact me in a few days. Sorry about that.


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My copy arrived today. Can't wait to get stuck in.

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Thanks for the reply Roy. If I get a sub will it start with this issue?

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Yes, Ross, in fact it can begin with any issue you like! :)


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In that case I'll be giving it a try :-)

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Got my copy here on the south coast.

Loved it. This issue has a number of my favourites. A great issue all around. :D


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