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I get "J. Steele" a lot. :?

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Dr Karl and the Naked Scientist Thu, 9 Sep 10 edition Radio 5
Dr Karl and author Alastair Reynolds, Interzone alumnus, £ million SF author and former astrophysicist answer weird and wonderful questions from listeners about the world of science. Still available to download orlisten again here.
Be quick you may have less than a week.


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Dark Horizons 57 is the latest magazine from the British Fantasy Society. It has poetry from Roy Gray and Ian Hunter, an interview with Aliette de Boddard, and an interview and poem from Allen Ashley. And plenty of other stuff as well.

Martin Hanford's stunning cover illustration is taken from one of the stories published inside - let's just hope the hack author can do it justice. Ahem.

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July 2009’s Dominic Green Interzone special issue (#223) did its job and brought him some recognition from publishers. Dominic, one of Interzone’s top ten fiction contributors with over 20 stories in the magazine - including three in that special, now has his first novel “Smallworld” out this month. It will be published by Fingerpress in time for Christmas.

Matt Stephens, of Fingerpress, told me "The special issue actually introduced me to Dominic's writing (I'd heard of him before that but hadn't read his stories), and was what prompted me to contact him... "

Four of Dominic's Interzone stories have been picked for the prestigious Year's Best Science Fiction Anthologies since 1999 and his The Clockwork Atom Bomb (read it here) was nominated for the 2005 Hugo Award. Listen to the podcast here.

For a pre Christmas laugh try hisSherlock Holmes pastiche The Adventure of the Lost World appears on the BBC Cult TV website.

Plus check out the podcast of his "That Thing Over There" (Interzone June 1998 and Year's Best SF 4, 1999) at Transmissions from Beyond.

Latest issue of Interzone.


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Wow! Big congrats to Dominic. :D

I remember the Clockwork Atom Bomb, really enjoyed it.

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infinity plus have an e book imprint
with the first 6 books including works by IZ contributors Keith Brooke, (22 stories) Eric Brown, (33) Molly Brown, (12) Garry Kilworth (12) and John Grant (1).

About infinity plus:
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* infinity plus is a science fiction, fantasy and horror showcase that ran from 1997 to 2007 and remains online as an archive
* the site holds more than 2.1 million words of fiction, 1000 book reviews and 100 interviews
* authors featured on the site include Stephen Baxter, Mary Gentle, Peter F Hamilton, Gwyneth Jones, Vonda N McIntyre, Michael Moorcock, Kim Stanley Robinson, Lucius Shepard, Michael Swanwick, Jack Vance, Connie Willis and Gene Wolfe
* there have been three infinity plus print anthologies


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Next week a triumph for the TTA Press publicity department: Thursday, 18th August at 10.40, at producer Emma Foreman's invitation, presenter Adam Pope interviews Alison Littlewood on BBC Radio Leeds Mid Morning. The website suggests there is a 7 day listen again feature but it doesn't seem to work at present. (I tested it on this weeks shows)


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Black Static discovery and now multi story contributor Alison Littlewood has had her first novel,A Cold Season, selected for the Richard and Judy Bookclub spring 2012 - news is out now on their section of the WHSmug website!!


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Brilliant! =D>


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Woot! Woot! Woot!

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That's fantastic for Ali. Shedloads of readers :)

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Thank you!! Hope so... :lol:

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Congratulations, Ali! That is pretty awesome news.

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Thank you! :D

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You can listen to Alison's recent Radio Leeds interview for a few more days via the BBC iPlayer here.


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