Interzone 250, January-February 2014

Interzone January February The January February issue of the British Fantasy Award winning magazine is the milestone issue It contains new science fiction and fantasy stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam David Tallerman

  • Title: Interzone 250, January-February 2014
  • Author: Andy Cox Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Ben Baldwin David Tallerman Cae Hawksmoor Dave Senecal Caroline M. Yoachim Martin Hanford
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: ebook
  • The January February issue of the 2013 British Fantasy Award winning magazine is the milestone issue 250 It contains new science fiction and fantasy stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, David Tallerman, C Allegra Hawksmoor, Rebecca Campbell, Greg Kurzawa, Caroline M Yoachim, Georgina Bruce The cover art is by Wayne Haag, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard WaThe January February issue of the 2013 British Fantasy Award winning magazine is the milestone issue 250 It contains new science fiction and fantasy stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, David Tallerman, C Allegra Hawksmoor, Rebecca Campbell, Greg Kurzawa, Caroline M Yoachim, Georgina Bruce The cover art is by Wayne Haag, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard Wagner, Martin Hanford, Ben Baldwin, and Dave Senecal All the usual features are present the 200th Ansible Link by David Langford news and obits Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe film reviews Laser Fodder by Tony Lee DVD Blu ray reviews Book Zone reviews of many latest releases including an interview with Libby McGugan and Jonathan McCalmont s Future Interrupted column.

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    1 thought on “Interzone 250, January-February 2014”

    1. Uma boa razão para ler regularmente a Interzone é a não ficção. O ansible link é um vício confesso, a coluna de Jonathan Calmont é sempre provocatória, as críticas literárias uma mina de sugestões de leitura e as de cinema não poupam argumentos nem se deslumbram com o brilho dos efeitos. A Mutant Popcorn deste mês está particularmente acutilante. O tema é a representação do feminino no cinema, já por si com pano para mangas na análise da visão simplista e estereotipada do ci [...]

    2. When you think about it, 250 is a big number. And 250 issues of Interzone is a staggering amount of science-fiction.For anyone wondering, no I haven’t been reading since issue #1. I came in with issue #222 in May/June 2009. And I can still remember tearing off the plastic wrap in my University halls room, and diving in. Tim Pratt’s “Unexpected Outcomes” was the first story I read, and it blew me away (and you can listen to it for free at Escape Pod now).But this is a landmark issue, and [...]

    3. Another fascinating bunch of tales from authors in the main unknown to me.Interzone certainly pushes the boundaries with style and is possibly redefining the structure and style of the short story. Some of the authors here do not make it easy for the reader, which is perhaps as it should be, although there's always the risk of leaving too much unexplained.Relationships feature heavily throughout either overtly or obliquely, and the quality of work is on the whole, very high, as one should expect [...]

    4. A below average issue with a 'Blade Runner' type story by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam. This issue appears to be a Philip K. Dick issue as that story, as well as the one by C. Allegra Hawksmoor and Georgina Bruce, makes the characters question whether what they are seeing and feeling are realities or made up illusions.- "The Damaged" by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam: a story about a worker who makes artificial humans for consumption. But despite her best attempts to make them perfect, some of them end up 'dama [...]

    5. So far I've only read Lilacs and Daffodils by Rebecca Campbell (the reason why I bought this issue in the first place). The story is somewhat confusing and may leave those seeking tightly plotted stories unsatisfied. Also, I knew what the story was going in. Mild spoiler alert: an AI is haunted by memories it shouldn't have . I wonder if my perception of the story would have been any different had I not known. Would I have liked it less, or more? As it was, I loved the memories and totally belie [...]

    6. Noting these for my memory, not a real review:The Damaged: Story about sex robots, I liked this.Bad Times to be in the Wrong Place: Backing up the earth, life is short. Nothing special.Beneath The Willow: Time travel in the mind, living backwards and then stepping out of time. Interesting idea.The Labyrinth of Thorns: I likePredvestniki: Russia, random russian, kinda cool but also kinda confusing.Lilacs and Daffodils: Alright, a robot that might have once been human?Wake up, Phil: I liked this. [...]

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