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Interzone – Issue 210 – June 2007 by Andy Cox
Edited by Andy Cox
Cover Artist: Douglas A. Sirois
Review by Sam Tomaino
TTA Press  ISBN/ITEM#: 0264-3596
Date: 24 May 2007

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I always enjoy getting Interzone in the mail and the June 2007 issue is a great one. All the stories got a Very Good from me. The authors include Jayme Lynn Blaschke, Rachel Swirsky, David Ira Cleary, Tim Lees, Stephen Francis Murphy and Tim Akers, all illustrated by the fantastic Douglas Sirois! There's the usual good articles, too, and an interview with Harlan Ellison.

From official release/information:

Interzone – Issue 210 – June 2007 – TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB62LB, UK.

Intermission (stories):

  • The Final Voyage of La Riaza by Jayme Lynn Blaschke
  • Heartstrung by Rachel Swirsky
  • Tearing Down Tuesday by Steven Francis Murphy
  • Dr. Abernathy's Dream Theater by David Ira Cleary
  • Preachers by Tim Lees
  • Toke by Tim Akers
  • Cover and all illustrations by Douglas A. Sirois
  • Geoff Ryman Editorial – Interzone Goes Mundane!
  • Ansible Link – David Langford's SF News and Gossip
  • 25 IZ – 25 Years of Interzone
  • 25 Film – Nick Lowe's Tope Ten Films of the last 25 years
    Harlan Ellison:
  • Abiding with Sturgeon: Mistral in the Bijou – Harlan Ellison on Theodore Sturgeon
  • This is the Modern World: Steph Swainston – Interviewer: Dave Martin
  • Featured Artist: Douglas Sirois
  • Time's Tapestry: Stephen Baxter – Interviewer: John Howard
  • Podzone – Paul S. Jenkins on Podcasts
  • Mutant Popcorn – Nick Lowe's Regular Review of SF Films
  • Scores – John Clute's Books Column
  • Bookzone – More of the Latest SF&F Books Reviewed

    (Source: TTA Press)

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