Tag Archives | Richard Calder

Interzone #202 January/February 2006

Now the longest-running British SF mag, Interzone continues in glorious full colour, and a hefty 60 pages. The covers continue to be eye catching and top quality (this issueDan Dos Santos http://www.dandossantos.com, and the interior illustrations ditto. With Interzone having a good distributor for evidently the first time in many, many years, this issue has […]

Interzone Number 181 August 2002

Mat Coward. Time Spent in Reconnaissance. A very peculiarly British take on Roswell visitors. Having been held in utmost secrecy for decades, the aliens are being quietly released into society. A short, balding ‘Mr. Easter’ is freed to integrate into a society where people whilst they have little belief, similarly have little disbelief. Initially Eastern […]

Interzone Number 178, April 2002

Richard Calder. Zarzuela. Calder has appeared in several issues of Interzone over the past couple of years, with his lengthy, and dense, and enjoyable ‘Lord Soho’ fantasy stories. In this, we are told, Calder is turning his hand to what the editors call ‘space fiction’. It is clear that Calder is slightly less than comfortable […]

Interzone Number 166, April 2001.

Roach Motel. Richard Calder. Another instalment in the far future Pike family saga, erstwhile claimants to the title Lord Soho of the Darkling Isles. In this tale, rather than skipping a generation, we are re-united with the perverse, doll-hugging, young boy from the ‘The Nephilim’ (February 2001), grown to adulthood, a Captain of the Order […]