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Interzone 262

And here’s the Book Zone contents for the current issue, Interzone 262.

The main feature is an interview with Dave Hutchinson by Andy Hedgecock, who also reviews Dave’s… 144 more words


Future Interrupted: All That Science Fiction Allows

Interzone #262 is a thing in the world. Those desirous of their own copies are urged to visit the TTA Press website, Smashwords or any purveyor of eBooks with a search bar and a robust commitment to science fiction. 2,090 more words

Science Fiction

Interzone 261

Artwork by Martin Hanford

Interzone 262 is out and I haven’t even posted the contents of the Book Zone of Interzone 261. What can I say? 157 more words



My previous reviews of TTA Press publications HERE

Stories by Mercurio D Rivera, Rahul Kanakia, Ian Sales, Carole Johnstone, T.R. Napper, Philip A. Suggars.

When I real-time review the stories in this magazine, my comments will be found in the thought stream below or by clicking on this post’s title above.

dependent assemblies

I’m delighted to have just had my story Dependent Assembles accepted for publication in Interzone in January (issue 262).

Interzone is the UK’s longest running science-fiction magazine and is one of the few magazines that it’s worth buying a paper subscription too, as its one of the best looking magazine’s out there. 60 more words


The Year of Living Industriously

After all the exiting business of novels and the like last year, 2015 might look like it was a year of not very much happening, but I doubt I’ve ever had such a productive one.  194 more words


Archive: Reading The Book of Phoenix by Nnedi Okorafor,

This review originally appeared in Interzone 259 (July-August 2015).

The Book of Phoenix
Nnedi Okorafor, Hodder & Stoughton, 232pp

The Book of Phoenix is a prequel to Nnedi Okorafor’s World Fantasy Award-winning… 736 more words