Newest Review: ... like short stories. And if you do, you should certainly consider a subscription to Interzone. If you don't, by the way ... more
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by - written on 20/07/01, updated on 20/07/01 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Once, SF and fantasy fiction magazines used to pile up so fast that it seemed as though more people were writing them then reading them – in fact, this was probably true because this so called ’golden age’ soon passed, produced a lot of old rubbish, and, anyway, it was more of an American thing anyway. Now, there is only one monthly SF fiction magazine in the UK (and possibly anywhere for all I know) and that is Interzone. Wouldn’t it be nice if that meant that there was a whole month’s worth of good stuff every month, without fail? Well, Interzone nearly always delivers just that. The short story is a form of fiction ... Read the complete review
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