|Posted on Monday, July 17, 2006 - 09:05 am: |
This is our current issue.
Cover art: Planet of Peril by Jim Burns
This Happens by David Mace
illustated by Chris Nurse
The Measure of Eternity by Sean McMullen
illustrated by Bruce Richardson
In the River by Justin Stanchfield
illustrated by Richard Marchand
2+2=5 by Rudy Rucker & Terry Bisson
illustrated by Rudy Rucker
Blue Glass Pebbles (novella) by Steven Mills
illustrated by Pamelina H
Steve Erickson interviewed by Andrew Hedgecock
Steven Erikson interviewed by David Lee Stone
Paul Di Filippo interviewed by Andrew Hedgecock
A Doubled Life: Alice B. Sheldon/James Tiptree Jr by Maureen Kincaid Speller & Paul Kincaid (with review of the new biography)
Lots of book reviews including Scores by John Clute
Ansible Link by David Langford (news and gossip)
Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (films)
Editorial (Interzone on tour)
297mm x 215mm with a spine, gloss lamination, colour throughout. I hate this sort of thing but I better put it in: this is where you subscribe.
|Posted on Monday, July 17, 2006 - 11:37 am: |
There are indeed lots of reviews, as Andy said.
John Clute does an Adam Roberts double header with Gradisil and The History of Science Fiction.
As well as interviews with Paul Di Philippo and Steve Erikson we have reviews of their latest books: Shuteye for the Timebroker and The Bonehunters respectively.
The Book of Ballads by Charles Vess et al
Doctor Who: The Stone Rose by Jacqueline Rayner and The Resurrection Casket by Justin Richards
Jack of Ravens by Mark Chadbourn
We by Yevgeny Zamyatin
James Tiptree Jr: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon by Julie Phillips
Paraspheres, Beyond the Spheres of Literary and Genre Fiction edited by Rusty Morrison and Ken Keegan
Learning the World by Ken Macleod
Conflagration by Mick Farren
Impossible Stories by Zoran Zivkovic
Paragaea by Chris Roberson
A broad range of titles for an intelligent and discerning audience.
|Posted on Friday, July 21, 2006 - 02:27 pm: |
All spammed up at the TTA boards, eh? Anyway, so there's two Eri(c)ksons? Suddenly things start to make sense. Now, which one was responsible for producing that juvenile a while back? Theo Walcott, I think his name was.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 08, 2006 - 05:06 am: |
The TTAboards have been de-spammed, and are running new board software now (beta version, at that. We like to live dangerously...).
Also, still no registration required. Freewheel at your leisure!
|Posted on Tuesday, August 08, 2006 - 09:08 am: |
So far so good!
(Apologies to our new Night Shade Forum friends if it looks like we've been absent, we've all been a bit otherwise engaged recently.)