Blackly comic four-pager from Williamson which is a treat (but not a high calorie fatty treat, upon which ASDaTESCo would frown).
Felix Kapel is an olfactory specialist, his nose for fragrances having built him a reputation and career, but for whom technology is a threat.
A bleak, virtually deserted Glasgow, with but one chink of light.
Another strong collection from a mostly youthful group of authors, boding well for the future.
For the second time in 2002 Interzone gives an issue a double-month attribution in an
Ian Whates latest collection under the NewCon imprint comes in a variety of flavours : paperback, hardback, and special (extra stories!) limited-edition, signed hardback. It is the latter of these reviewed here. And Whates has provided another strong collection, bigger than previous volumes, and worth looking out for. The standard of writing, and the invention in the stories, is almost uniformly excellent, and is strongly recommended
A good mix of SF, alternate history and horror, interspered with some dry humour. It’s a handsome paperback that deserves to do well.