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Interzone Review of Mad Hatters and March Hares

Thanks to Andy Hedgecock for his review of “Mad Hatters and March Hares” (edited by Ellen Datlow) in Interzone 274.

“Ellen Datlow will have soon edited 100 anthologies. 267 more words


Thursday morning, and contemplating matters of relative import at Oberon’s West, Interzone, Isher, Wyoming Territory. Isher is this place on The Dead Road halfway between Galt’s Gulch and Here Be The Dragons. 37 more words


Review of Interzone #274 for Tangent

This issue of Interzone could be subtitled “The Philip K. Dick Issue.” In most of these stories, you will find yourself looking for the ontological floor and wondering who your friends and enemies are and what constitutes success or failure.

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B.A.S.I.C. #amwriting #interzone #TLALCLATLAN


The cursor stayed there, blinking on the screen. No request for a username/password. No display of tiny graphic icons arranged in neat rows. Just a blinking underline below a single word, telling him the machine was good to go. 962 more words


The Road Trip #amwriting #interzone #TLALCLATLAN #writerslife

The GPS navigator utters a reminder, and the author slows down to exit the Interstate onto a once paved road that seen better days. The location is in the middle of nowhere. 1,227 more words


Introduction #amwriting #interzone

“I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,

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