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1. Long [51565 words]Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #239 by TTA Press Authors [Science Fiction/Fantasy]
2. Long [55242 words]Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #234 by TTA Press Authors [Science Fiction/Fantasy]
3. Long [59878 words]Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #238 by TTA Press Authors [Science Fiction/Fantasy]
4. Long [53953 words]Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #240 by TTA Press Authors [Science Fiction/Fantasy]
5. Long [61170 words]Black Static Horror Magazine #29 by TTA Press Authors [Horror/Dark Fantasy]
6. Long [51679 words]Black Static Horror Magazine #24 by TTA Press Authors [Horror/Dark Fantasy]
7. Long [55403 words]Black Static Horror Magazine #23 by TTA Press Authors [Horror/Dark Fantasy]
8. Long [53393 words]Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #235 by TTA Press Authors [Science Fiction/Fantasy]
9. Long [58481 words]Black Static Horror Magazine #22 by TTA Press Authors [Horror/Dark Fantasy]
10. Long [53340 words]Black Static Horror Magazine #21 by TTA Press Authors [Horror/Dark Fantasy]
  1. Long [55740 words]Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #230 by TTA Press Authors [Science Fiction/Fantasy]
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #239
Interzone #239contains new stories by Steve Rasnic Tem, Jon Wallace, Suzanne Palmer, Jacob A. Boyd, Matthew Cook, Nigel Brown and Ben Baldwins cover art, 'The Tower'. Features includes: David Langford's Ansible Link (news and obits); Tony Lee's Laser Fodder (DVD/Blu-ray reviews); book reviews by Jim Steel and the team plus an interview with Chris Beckett. In Mutant Popcorn Nick Lowe shows how "Hollywood's brutal one-parent policy is still more strictly enforced in 3D. In the brave new stereoscop... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #29
This is the E edition of the first of the fabulous new look (in print), new size Black Static, #29, with its gloss laminated cover, proper spine and 96 pages of fiction, reviews, columns and comment. Here you'll find fiction from: Nina Allan with 'Sunshine', Renee Carter Hall with 'Horseman', ex movie star Baph Tripp with 'Chodpa' (he was Louis Tripp in 1987's 'The Gate'), Ray Cluley with 'Shark! Shark!' and Tim Lees with 'The Counterweight'. Plus our TV reviewer Mike O'Driscoll runs his rule ov... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #234
Interzone is a bimonthly, award winning, science fiction and fantasy short story magazine in its 29th year of publication. It contains original fiction and illustrations plus SFF/H related news and reviews of books, movies and DVDs. It is not celebrity oriented. This edition, #234 of May 2011, with stories from Will McIntosh, Jason Sanford & Suzanne Palmer, has the text of the print edition but some of the graphics and advertisements are not present, next printed issue 237 due Nov 14. The magazi... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #238
Interzone 238 contains substantial new stories by Ray Cluley, Tyler Keevil, Carole Johnstone, and a first short story from E.J. Swift. Cover art is the first of six from Ben Baldwin. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford, Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe, Laser Fodder by Tony Lee, book reviews by Jim Steel and the team. The latter include Roy Gray's 'The Joy of Technology', Chris Priest's 'The Islanders', Michael Flynn's 'In the Lion's Mouth' and many more.
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #240
This May-June 2012 issue of Interzone marks 30 years of Interzone and contains new stories by Vylar Kaftan, Ray Cluley, Lavie Tidhar, Elizabeth Bourne, and Tracie Welser. Cover art is 'The Hanged Man' by Ben Baldwin, and interior colour illustrations are by Martin Hanford, Richard Wagner, Mark Pexton, Jim Burns, and Kurt Huggins & Zelda Devon. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford (news and obits); Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (film reviews); Laser Fodder by To... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #20
Black Static is the award winning horror and dark fantasy short story magazine from TTA Press, publisher of Interzone and Crimewave. Black Static contains groundbreaking dark fiction by some of the world's best writers and most talented newcomers, plus hard-hitting features and innovative artwork. Many recognised authors started their careers in TTA publications and new ones continue this tradition. However their more well known peers; Ramsey Campbell, Joel Lane, Nicholas Royle, Nina Allan conti... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #21
Black Static is the award winning horror and dark fantasy short story magazine from TTA Press, publisher of Interzone and Crimewave. Ray Cluley's 'Pins and Needles' and James Cooper's 'Cushing' feature in this issue. Black Static contains groundbreaking dark fiction by established authors and talented newcomers along with hard-hitting features and innovative artwork. Many now recognised authors started their careers in TTA publications and new ones, like Ray Cluley and Victoria Leslie here, cont... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #22
Black Static is the award winning horror and dark fantasy short story magazine from TTA Press, publisher of Interzone and Crimewave. Tim Lee's 'Durgen's Party' and Alison Littlewood's 'Black Feathers' feature in this issue. Black Static contains groundbreaking dark fiction by established authors and talented newcomers along with hard-hitting features and innovative artwork. Many now recognised authors started their careers in TTA publications and its stories are recognised in Year's End Antholog... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #23
Black Static is the award winning horror and dark fantasy short story magazine from TTA Press, publisher of Interzone and Crimewave. Victoria Leslie's 'Time Keeping', Carole Johnstone's 'Electric Dreams', Daniel Kaysen's 'Hail', Joel Lane's 'For their Own Ends' and Robert Davies' Contest Winner 'The Harvesting of Jackson Cade' feature in this issue. Black Static contains groundbreaking dark fiction by established authors and talented newcomers along with hard-hitting features and innovative artw... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #24
Black Static this issue (#24) has stories from Ramsey Campbell, Tim Lees, Simon Bestwick, Simon McCaffery and K. Harding Stalter plus the hard-hitting features and expert book & DVD reviews we've all come to expect. Black Static is the award winning horror and dark fantasy bimonthly short story magazine from TTA Press, publisher of Interzone and Crimewave. It contains groundbreaking dark fiction by some of the world's best writers and most talented newcomers, plus and innovative artwork. Many re... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #25
Black Static this issue (#25) has stories from Christopher Fowler, Alison Littlewood, Ray Cluley, Barbara A. Barnett and Nathaniel Tapley plus the hard-hitting features and expert book & DVD reviews expected of this award winning horror and dark fantasy short story magazine. Black Static contains groundbreaking dark fiction by some of the world's best writers and most talented newcomers, plus and innovative artwork. Many recognised authors started their careers in TTA publications and new ones c... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #26
This issue of the British Fantasy Award winning magazine Black Static has new stories with irresistible titles like 'The Demon Laplace' by Mark Rigney and 'Dizzy Land' by Andrew Hook plus Ray Cluley 's 'I Have Heard the Mermaids Singing', Gary McMahon's-'Remains' and Carole Johnstone's 'The Monster of Venice', columns by Christopher Fowler, Stephen Volk, Mike O'Driscoll; art by Ben Baldwin, Rik Rawling, Mark Pexton, Paul Milne; genre news & book reviews by Peter Tennant; DVD/Blu-ray reviews by T... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #27
Black Static contains groundbreaking dark fiction by some of the world's best writers and most talented newcomers and this issue (#27) has stories from 2012 BFS award nominee Simon Bestwick, Gord Sellar, Jacob Ruby, Stephen Bacon and V.H. Leslie. Also present are the innovative artwork, hard-hitting features and expert book & DVD reviews expected of this award winning horror and dark fantasy short story magazine. Many recognised authors started their careers in TTA publications and new ones cont... more info>>
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Black Static Horror Magazine #28
Issue 28 of British Fantasy Award winning magazine Black Static contains stories by Carole Johnstone, Jon Ingold, Priya Sharma, Joel Lane, Daniel Kaysen; comment columns by Christopher Fowler, Stephen Volk; art by Mark Pexton, Warwick Fraser-Coombe, David Gentry, Richard Wagner; book reviews by Peter Tennant, plus an interview with Christopher Fowler; DVD/Blu-ray reviews by Tony Lee; television reviews by Mike O'Driscoll and genre news from Peter Tennant. The cover is a crop from Warwick Fraser... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #230
Interzone magazine, which is now in its 28th year, has launched the careers of a great many SF and Fantasy writers. It is often shortlisted for awards and has won the Hugo and British Fantasy Awards. Interzone includes many features including interviews, news, and reviews. The magazine is currently published every other month and continues to publish some of the world's finest writers and most talented newcomers. Amongst those to have graced its pages are Brian Aldiss, Sarah Ash, Michael Moorcoc... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #231
Interzone magazine, which is in its 28th year, has launched the careers of a great many SF and Fantasy writers. It is often shortlisted for awards and has won the Hugo and British Fantasy Awards. Interzones many features include interviews, news, and book, DVD and movie reviews. The magazine is published every other month and continues to publish some of the world's finest writers and most talented newcomers. Amongst the authors who have graced its pages are Brian Aldiss, Sarah Ash, Michael Moor... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #232
Interzone magazine, which was in its 28th year for this issue, launched the careers of a great many SF and Fantasy writers. It is often shortlisted for awards and has won the Hugo and British Fantasy Awards. Interzone's many features include original/new fiction, interviews, news, and book, DVD and movie reviews. The magazine is published every other month and continues to publish some of the world's finest writers and most talented newcomers. Amongst the authors who have graced its pages are Br... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #233
Interzone magazine, which entered its 29th year for this issue, launched the careers of a great many SF and Fantasy writers. It is often shortlisted for awards and has won the Hugo and British Fantasy Awards. Interzone's many features include original/new fiction, interviews, news, and book, DVD and movie reviews. The magazine is published every other month and continues to publish some of the world's finest writers and most talented newcomers. Amongst the authors who have graced its pages are B... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #235
Interzone is a bimonthly, award winning, science fiction and fantasy short story magazine. It contains original fiction and illustrations plus SFF/H related news and reviews of books, movies and DVDs. It is not celebrity oriented. This edition, #235 of July 2011, with stories from Mercurio D Rivera, Gareth Powell, Jon Wallace, Al Robertson & Matthew Cook has the text of the print edition but some of the graphics and advertisements are not present, current printed issue 237, Nov 2011. This issue ... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #236
Interzone's movie reviewer Nick Lowe reflects on Conan 2011. "Seventy-five years ago this summer, a thirty-year-old Texan pulp writer wound up the windows and took a borrowed Colt .380 from the glovebox because he didn't want to outlive his mother. This is still regarded as quite a weird tale, and in 1996 they made an entire movie about it, The Whole Wide World with Vincent d'Onofrio as Robert E. Howard and Ren´┐Że Zellwegger as Novalyne Price. It's no wonder that Hollywood is particularly creep... more info>>
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