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 Post subject: Interzone 219
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 2:34 pm 
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IZ219 is out next week.

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The Traveller by Kenn Brown/Mondolithic Studio

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Everything That Matters by Jeff Spock
illustrated by Kenn Brown

When Thorns Are The Tips Of Trees by Jason Sanford
illustrated by Vincent Chong

The Shenu by Alexander Marsh Freed

The Fifth Zhi by Mercurio D. Rivera
illustrated by Paul Drummond

The Country Of The Young by Gord Sellar
illustrated by Daniel Bristow-Bailey

Butterfly, Falling At Dawn by Aliette de Bodard
illustrated by Paul Drummond


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Finally got my subscription! Wahoo!

Looking forwards to this dropping through my mailbox(...?)

Cover is beautiful.

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I wish I could say that all UK contributor and subscriber copies have gone out but they haven't. The vast majority have, but I'm afraid the number of copies delivered to us turned out to be a lot fewer than we'd ordered. So some subscribers might find themselves waiting a bit longer while these missing copies are printed (from scratch). I'm trying to get this printing done as quickly as possible of course, and will update tomorrow.

If you turn out to be one of the unlucky ones: my sincere apologies. Obviously if any of you find the delay unacceptable please just let me know, and I'll try to make up for it.


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Hope you can sort out things with your printer so it doesn't happen again.

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http://thefix-online.com/reviews/interzone-219/
The Fix's review.

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Which should be ignored, in my view.


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Andy wrote:
I wish I could say that all UK contributor and subscriber copies have gone out but they haven't...


Still waiting for my copy.
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Any news?

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Remaining copies should arrive today and they'll go out straight away when they do. Areas affected -- generally South I think -- include yours Tony, sorry.


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My copy arrived today, along with a copy of 218.

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Arrived here in West Cumbria today :D And a fantastic read it was, too.

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No sign of 219 in Bristol as yet.

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I think Bristol was also affected. South/south-west. If it was, the remaining copies were delivered yesterday (6pm) and are going out this afternoon. Should arrive in two or three days I suppose. It's possible that not all copies from the original mailing have arrived yet btw: the normal UK mailsort post can take up to 7 days occasionally, though it's usually much quicker than that.

I'm much more worried about our overseas mail again. Like a recent Interzone, Black Static 7 seems to have disappeared, and it's beginning to look like many -- if not all? -- overseas Crimewave 10s disappeared as well. Clearly these things have a damaging affect on our business.


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Just arrived!
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IZ 219 arrived here this morning in not-so-sunny Keynsham.

Looking forward to reading it.

Congratulations and condolences on getting so close to the Hugo.

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Arrived in Bristol this morning, safe and sound.

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