A photo app that uses quantum physics to alter the images it takes, leads to some Really Bad Shit.
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The stoner surfer dudes from ‘The Perfect Wave’ from the January 2008 issue make a return, living by the coast, living for the surf. But there’s challenges to be faced as the very waves themselves are to be controlled by The Man, and there’s another evil dude, and a revenge to be wreaked.
I and I enjoyed this dread tale, ‘gnarly transrealism’, as it is described in the introduction.
Excellent collaboration which looks just a few technology steps into the future.
Entertaining techno-yarn, where things get very funky chicken.
Another strong collection from a mostly youthful group of authors, boding well for the future.
A milestone issue for Interzone, and it has reached #200 re-invigorated to an extent that the phrase ‘venerable Interzone’, with which the issue would have been greeted had the magazine made it to this point under its previous ownership, is entirely inappropriate for this full-colour, eye-watering issue. Eye-watering? Well, the smell of freshly printed ink […]
A return to reading the print version after several months reading e-versions, and a welcome return I have to say. There are advantages to e-books, but I much prefer reading a full page rather the paragraph or two that is generally available on a handheld device. John Kessel. Sunlight or Rock. A sequel to his […]