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The Sword and Sorcery Anthology – David G Hartwell and Jacob Weisman, editors

And my third review of 2012 for Interzone

The Sword and Sorcery Anthology

David G Hartwell and Jacob Weisman, eds., Tachyon Publications, 480pp, pb

Sword and sorcery came into being as a term of reference in 1961, when Michael Moorcock demanded a term for the fantasy adventure stories written by people such as Robert E Howard. 623 more words

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After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall – Nancy Kress

Another of my Interzone reviews, from 2012

After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall

Nancy Kress, Tachyon Publications, 192pp, pb

Daily life shows us over and over that there is no such thing as a reliable, infallible witness. 763 more words

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Giant Thief – David Tallerman

Another review from Interzone, this time from 2012

Giant Thief (From the Tales of Easie Damasco)
David Tallerman, Angry Robot, 384pp, pb

The ambiguity implied in this novel’s title – is the thief a giant or has he stolen one? 636 more words

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The Kingdom of Gods – N.K. Jemisin

I’ve not reprinted any of my old reviews lately, so here’s another one from Interzone in 2011.

The Kingdom of Gods (Book 3 of The Inheritance Trilogy) 642 more words

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Future Interrupted - Rest In Peace, Uncle Bob

February 2015 must surely have been raised by heathens for it promises to come upon us unbeknownst. A month down the line and the timelessness of Christmas is but a fading memory, the mustiness of childhood bedrooms and Quality Street Victoriana banished for another year by a future that will not be denied. 2,290 more words

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January Reads, Part 2

The Apartment Dweller’s Bestiary by Kij Johnson (Clarkesworld) is a list of imaginary pets, pests and other creatures that share the apartments of people. It’s not so much a story as it is a snapshot of various moments and feelings. 164 more words

Interzone #256

I received INTERZONE #256 as part of a subscription. I shall real-time review its fiction in the comment stream below as and when I read it. 24 more words