- By Andy Cox Martin Hanford Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Richard Wagner T.R. Napper Warwick Fraser-Coombe Pandora Hope Ben Baldwin

Interzone 256, January-February 2015

  • Title: Interzone 256, January-February 2015
  • Author: Andy Cox Martin Hanford Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Richard Wagner T.R. Napper Warwick Fraser-Coombe Pandora Hope Ben Baldwin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: ebook
  • Interzone January February The January February issue of Britain s longest running sf magazine magazine contains new stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam T R Napper Pandora Hope Christien Gholson Neil Williamson The cover

    The January February issue of Britain s longest running sf magazine magazine contains new stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, T.R Napper, Pandora Hope, Christien Gholson, Neil Williamson The 2015 cover artist is Martin Hanford, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard Wagner, Warwick Fraser Coombe, Ben Baldwin All the usual features are present Ansible Link by DaThe January February issue of Britain s longest running sf magazine magazine contains new stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, T.R Napper, Pandora Hope, Christien Gholson, Neil Williamson The 2015 cover artist is Martin Hanford, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard Wagner, Warwick Fraser Coombe, Ben Baldwin 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 VoD reviews Book Zone book reviews Jonathan McCalmont s Future Interrupted comment and Nina Allan s Time Pieces comment Elaine Gallagher interviews Ann Leckie and Steven J Dines interviews Wayne Haag Read More for details, images and extracts.

    1 thought on “Interzone 256, January-February 2015

    1. Nostalgia - Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam: arranque pouco auspicioso desta edição da Interzone. A autora tem publicado regularmente na revista, com resultados mistos mas claramente a afastar-se da FC como cerne narrativo e a usar os elementos do género como decoração cada vez mais ténue. É o caso deste conto, em que o possível elemento FC estará na personagem talvez transexual, de género indefinido. Essa ambiguidade nunca explicada mantém-se em ponto de fundo numa história onde a amante dest [...]

    2. A better than average issue with fun tales by T.R. Napper, Pandora Hope and Neil Williamson.- "Nostalgia" by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam: a strange tale that doesn't seem to hold together about a girl who smokes a drug known as nostalgia that brings back feelings of the past. This is while having a relationship with a sexless person, and yearning for feelings with her past relationships.- "An Advanced Guide to Successful Price-Fixing in Extraterrestrial Betting Markets" by T.R. Napper: an intriguing s [...]

    3. This mag would have and should have folded a long time ago if not for being funded by the financial crutch that is the British Arts Council. Like its sister mag Black Static, it is consistenly bad. I remember reading an early issue years ago, featuring a stupid story about Emily Dickinson and some story called Beetroo (sic) or some such stupidness. The magazine was rubbish then and it hasn't changed much. You can find better sci-fi stories online for free. The fact that it's awarded British Fant [...]

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