Interzone 260, September-October 2015

The September October issue of Britain s longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by John Shirley, Jeff Noon, Priya Sharma, C.A Hawksmoor, Christien Gholson The 2015 cover artist is Martin Hanford, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard Wagner, Dave Senecal, Martin Hanford, Warwick Fraser Coombe Features Where O Where Has My HThe September October issue of Britain s longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by John Shirley, Jeff Noon, Priya Sharma, C.A Hawksmoor, Christien Gholson The 2015 cover artist is Martin Hanford, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard Wagner, Dave Senecal, Martin Hanford, Warwick Fraser Coombe Features Where O Where Has My Hugo Gone by Ian Sales Ansible Link by David Langford news and obits Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe film reviews Laser Fodder by Tony Lee DVD Blu ray reviews Book Zone book reviews Jonathan McCalmont s Future Interrupted comment Nina Allan s Time Pieces comment and Shaun Green interviews Becky Chambers.
Interzone September October The September October issue of Britain s longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by John Shirley Jeff Noon Priya Sharma C A Hawksmoor Christien Gholson The c

  • Title: Interzone 260, September-October 2015
  • Author: Andy Cox Jeff Noon Priya Sharma Cae Hawksmoor Christien Gholson Nina Allan Becky Chambers Martin Hanford
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Interzone 260, September-October 2015”

    1. Weedkiller, John Shirley: Um conto impecável do veterano escritor cyberpunk. Num futurismo próximo distópico, elementos considerados improdutivos ou inúteis para a ordem financeira são caçados e eliminados, usando as crises ambientais e económicas para justificar o extermínio dos socialmente indesejáveis. A ironia dos sacrifícios individuais em nome do bem geral é uma clara alusão ao discurso de crise neoliberal.Blonde, Priya Sharma: Uma bem montada e aterrorizante variante do conto [...]

    2. A somewhat average issue with no outstanding stories but some serviceable stories by John Shirley and Priya Sharma although C.A. Hawksmoor's story has some promise.- "Weedkiller" by John Shirley: a story of the future where resources are limited and people must either be productive or be eliminated; unless a substitute can be found.- "Blonde" by Priya Sharma: a re-write of the "Rapunzel" story set in a time where her blonde hair is precious. But her desire to see the outside world would cause a [...]

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