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Interzone 258

I love what Martin’s doing with this year’s covers.

Anyway, to the Book Zone. In Interzone 258 Maureen Kincaid Speller does a cracking job of interviewing E.J. 108 more words


Reading The Final Testimony of Raphael Ignatius Phoenix by Paul Sussman

This review first appeared in Interzone 257 (Mar-Apr 2015).

The Final Testimony of Raphael Ignatius Phoenix
Paul Sussman, Transworld, 412pp

The Final Testimony of Raphael Ignatius Phoeni… 800 more words


The Ins and Outs of Interzone

Interzone was one of the first places I found after moving to Corvallis that really made me feel at home in a new a place. The staff were always cheerful, the food was organic and vegetarian, and the coffee was – always delicious. 507 more words

The Mad Max episode is up!

This week Kyle and Tim talk about the movie we have been waiting for for a long ass time.  And that magnum opus is George Miller’s MAD  114 more words


Future Interrupted -- The Origins of Science Fictional Inequality

Issue #258 of Interzone is now a thing in the world: Subscribers will have received it through the post while the vascular systems of non-subscribers are urged to rise up and strangle their graceless hosts. 1,994 more words

Science Fiction

Interzone 258 / Black Static 46

A Real-Time Review by Des Lewis


Stories by T.R.Napper, Julie C. Day, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Christien Gholson, Malcolm Devlin.


Stories by Steven J. 88 more words

Audio reprint, Clarkesworld Year Seven, and "Doors" illustration

I just returned from a week-long camping retreat with fellow writers Julie Day and Michael DeLuca. We viewed the Marfa lights, walked in the Big Bend hot sun, seared vegan marshmallows, and half-slept in a haunted tent. 90 more words