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Win the Underworld Quadrilogy Blu-ray
Courtesy of Entertainment Films & Entertainment in Video we have two Blu-ray box sets of the Underworld Quadrilogy (Underworld, Underworld Evolution, Underworld Rise of the Lycans, Underworld Awakening) to give away…
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New collective publishing venture launches.
The Big Click
A new online magazine publishing crime fiction.
We See a Different Frontier
Peerbacker project looking to raise funds.
Readers' Poll Results
Thanks to all the Interzone readers who voted this year. Here are the results…
The March–April issue of Interzone contains new stories by Steve Rasnic Tem, Jon Wallace, Suzanne Palmer, Jacob A. Boyd, Matthew Cook, Nigel Brown. Cover art is 'The Tower' by Ben Baldwin, and interior colour illustrations are by Ben Baldwin, Richard Wagner, Mark Pexton, Warwick Fraser-Coombe, and Dave Senecal. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford (news and obits); Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (film reviews); Laser Fodder by Tony Lee (DVD/Blu-ray reviews); book reviews by Jim Steel and the team, including an interview with Chris Beckett. Don't forget to vote for your favourite stories and artworks of 2011 in the Readers' Poll – closing date March 31st.
Download BSFA Award Shortlisted Stories
The shortlists for the 2011 BSFA Awards have been announced, and two of the five finalists for the short story award were published in Interzone: Nina Allan's 'The Silver Wind' from issue 233, and Al Robertson's 'Of Dawn' from issue 235. You can read them for free here.
The January–February issue of Interzone contains substantial new stories by Ray Cluley, Tyler Keevil, Carole Johnstone, and with her first short story E.J. Swift. Cover art is by Ben Baldwin, and interior colour illustrations are by David Gentry, Richard Wagner, and Mark Pexton. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford, Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe, Laser Fodder by Tony Lee, book reviews by Jim Steel and the team. Plus begin voting for your favourite stories and artworks of 2011 in the Readers' Poll.
Vote Now For Your Favourite Stories & Artworks of 2011
We're asking you to let us know what you enjoyed (and what you didn't) during 2011. To be eligible the story or artwork must have been published in Interzone issues 232 to 237 inclusive. A list of eligible stories and artworks is below. As always, we're as keen to hear your opinions of the magazine as we are to get your votes, so don't be shy in letting us know what you think – and we may publish the most interesting comments.
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