The November–December issue of Britains longest running sf magazine magazine contains new stories by Malcolm Devlin, RM Graves, Thana Niveau, Tim Major, E. Catherine Tobler, Jennifer Dornan-Fish, Tom Greene. The cover art is by Wayne Haag, andMoreThe November–December issue of Britains longest running sf magazine magazine contains new stories by Malcolm Devlin, RM Graves, Thana Niveau, Tim Major, E.
Catherine Tobler, Jennifer Dornan-Fish, Tom Greene. The cover art is by Wayne Haag, and interior colour illustrations are by Wayne Haag, Richard Wagner, Martin Hanford. All the usual features are present: 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 (book reviews)- Jonathan McCalmonts Future Interrupted (comment) and Nina Allans Time Pieces (comment).
Paul Cockburn in-terviews Hannu Rajaniemi and Andy Hedgecock writes A Chubsters Appreciation of Graham Joyce.So Interzone is essentially a fiction magazine containing short science fiction and fantasy stories. But it covers other aspects of the genre via com-ment, news, reviews of books, movies, DVDs and TV.Fiction this issueMust Supply Own Work Boots by Malcolm DevlinBullman and the Wiredling Mutha by RM GravesThe Calling of Nights Ocean by Thana NiveauFinding Waltzer-Three by Tim MajorOubliette by E. Catherine ToblerMind the Gap by Jennifer Dornan-FishArtists this issueWayne HaagMartin HanfordRichard WagnerBooks reviewed this issueBook Zone, edited by Jim Steel, has The Causal Angel by Hannu Rajaniemi (plus author interview)- The Ghost in the Electric Blue Suit (UK title The Year of the Ladybird) by Graham Joyce- Graham Joyce (1954–2014): writer, teacher, socialist, greencoat and explorer of the liminal, a chubsters appreciation by Andy Hedgecock- My Real Children by Jo Walton- Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch- Bête by Adam Roberts- Chain of Events by Fredrik T.
Olsson- The Fourth Gwenevere by John James- The Relic Guild by Edward Cox- The Peripheral by William Gibson- Mind Seed edited by David Gullen & Gary Couzens- Black and Brown Planets edited by Isiah Lavender III- Scruffians by Hal Duncan- Rhapsody by Hal DuncanNick Lowes Mutant Popcorn movie reviews this issue include Predestination, Radio Free Albemuth, I Origins, Life After Beth, The Book of Life, If I Stay, The Giver, The Maze Runner, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dracula Untold, The Boxtrolls, The Babadook, Extraterrestrial, The SignalTony Lees Laser Fodder, TV/DVD, reviews this issue include Bones Season 9, Space Station 76, Kite, Red Shift, Filmed in Supermarionation, Godzilla, The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, Debug, The Day the Earth Caught Fire, Out of the UnknownOther non-fiction this issueDavid Langford - Ansible LinkNina Allan - Time Pieces columnJonathan McCalmont - Future Interrupted columnEditorial - Wayne HaagGraham Joyce (1954–2014): writer, teacher, socialist, greencoat and explorer of the liminal, a chubsters appreciation by Andy HedgecockPaul Cockburn interviews Hannu Rajaniemi