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 Post subject: Interzone 214
PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:21 am 
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IZ214 should mail out later this week.

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Cover art is by Paul Drummond, for Far Horizon.

Fiction:

Far Horizon by Jason Stoddard
illustrated by Paul Drummond


Pseudo Tokyo by Jennifer Linnaea
illustrated by Darren Winter

The Trace of Him by Christopher Priest

The Faces of My Friends by Jennifer Harwood-Smith

Interzone supports the James White Award for new writers and publishes the winning story. This is it.

The Scent of Their Arrival by Mercurio D. Rivera
illustrated by Paul Drummond


Non-Fiction:

The Facts of the Matter: Iain M. Banks interviewed by Paul Raven
The Culture and the new novel Matter, out in February

David Langford's Ansible Link

Book reviews by John Clute, David Mathew, Maureen Kincaid Speller, John Howard, Paul Kincaid, Tony Lee, Paul F. Cockburn, Rick Kleffel, Jim Steel

Manga reviews by Sarah Ash

Film reviews by Nick Lowe; DVD reviews by Tony Lee


And voting begins for the 2007 Readers' Poll with a list of all eligible stories and artworks (the poll will also appear online)

Subscribe to the print version

Subscribe to the electronic edition via Fictionwise

As always, we look forward to discussion about the issue here.


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Nice cover - retro and contemporary at once. Plus everything goes better with space elevators. :)

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Looks very cool.

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I like the cover - very classy

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I like the cover too, especially because my friend and writers group member Mercurio Rivera is in it! ;)

Also, Andy, I PMed you recently. Have you had a chance to read it?

Thank you.

-Matt


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...waiting by the letterbox with anticipation.... :D

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Arrived in CUmbria sometime before Friday evening :) the best I can do as I've been working away. Some lovely stories.

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Journeymouse wrote:
Arrived in CUmbria sometime before Friday evening :) the best I can do as I've been working away. Some lovely stories.


Drat, mine hasn't yet. Must be bringing it up from the docks by pack pony.


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Nice cover design - I like the clear distinction between the contents sidebar and the main cover art.

Am I right in presuming the return to black and white internal pages is now permanent?


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Received in west London this morning, thanks. Great cover! And wonderful to have Nick Lowe back - I loved the punchline on the first item

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 Post subject: Arrived in Lancashire
PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 4:48 pm 
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Issue 214 has reached Lancashire. Will read as soon as I get time to sit down.

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Vague wrote:
Drat, mine hasn't yet. Must be bringing it up from the docks by pack pony.

Well, it depends how far from Workington docks you are :) I just live in the town, so it arrived here first ;)

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Journeymouse wrote:
Vague wrote:
Drat, mine hasn't yet. Must be bringing it up from the docks by pack pony.

Well, it depends how far from Workington docks you are :) I just live in the town, so it arrived here first ;)


East of Penrith. Maybe I'll have to wait until the postman's finished reading my copy. Along with two parcels of books lost in December.

Powers that be - do you send them out in batches? Via Royal Snail? And can we have a 'more than a little peeved' smiley?


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It's heeeeere! (Here is Keynsham)

Brilliant!

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Mine's finally snailed its way here. :D


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