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Future Interrupted - La Politique des Editeurs

The November-December issue of Interzone (#255) is now arriving in dataports throughout the Human Imperium. For this gift, and many others, the Emperor would usually require only that you hate but in light of recent events he has chosen to require only miniature British flags and a fresh lick of paint before he comes round to open your local sports centre and/or scout hut. 1,866 more words

Science Fiction


During breaks from writing (when real life intervenes), I spend a lot of time assessing my position.  For example, why do I write?  Is it worth it – the sacrifice of time and energy?  658 more words


Interzone 254

Interzone 254 has been out for quite a while and, if I don’t update this blog soon, Interzone 255 will be upon us before I know it. 249 more words


Interzone 249 - Andy Cox (Ed) (2013)

Unknown Cities of America – Tim Lees
Paprika – Jason Sanford
Filaments – Lavie Tidhar
Haunts – Claire Humphrey
The Kindest Man in Stormland – John Shirley… 539 more words


'Finding Waltzer-Three' Interzone illustration

The Interzone team have revealed the illustration for my story, ‘Finding Waltzer-Three’, which appears in issue 255. It’s by Wayne Haag, the same artist who created the terrific… 41 more words

Short Stories

Is national genre culture declining?

I read a column in issue 253 of Interzone that suggested we might be seeing a decline in distinctive national genre cultures. That with the international culture that comes in the age of the internet and global mass cultural industries, a certain amount of homogenisation is taking place. 330 more words


The Frozen Woman

My short story “The Frozen Woman” is now on StarShipSofa as a podcast, along with an interview with me conducted by Tony C. Smith.

The story was first published in Interzone 190 back in 2003. 137 more words