Any SF story that mentions New Order, Siouxsie, The Cure, and The Velvet Underground gets a thumbs up from me.
Tag Archives | David Ira Cleary
Another inventive and entertaining story from Cleary, which also features The Bay City Rollers…
A singular story from Cleary, if not a nightmarish vision, then something from a disturbed night’s dreaming following an ill-advised late night supper of pickled comestibles.
Interzone continues to celebrates its 25th year, in an issue notable for every illustration coming from Douglas A. Sirois. This review has been languishing on my hard disk for some weeks now, and I’ve dusted it off and popped it online just as the next issue is due to hit the shelves. Jayme Lynn Blaschke. […]
Jason Stoddard. Winning Mars. The Stoddard story is illustrated on the cover of this issue – but note that the picture a foxy chick in a skingtight spacesuit isn’t in any way misogynistic, as it is an important part of the Stoddard story ;-) Of course, this spacesuited chick is perfect for the SF market, […]
Tim Sullivan. Way Down East. A very well crafted story which used the very alien to look at human alienation, separation and grief. We have had First Contact, and whilst the visitor from Gliese 581c has had some impact, life of course goes on. Or not necessarily so for the protagonists, two fisherman from New […]
Another excellent issue.