Set against the America of motorways, motels, anonymous small towns, and that stuff that you catch out of the corner of your eye but it’s not there when you turn around
Tag Archives | Tim Lees
A well observed story, with a likeably incompetent protagonist, in the same milieu as Lees’ ‘The Corner of the Circle’ from Interzone #218.
A good political and psychological take on the alien incursion meme. Complements quite nicely the SF film ‘Monsters’ which I saw and enjoyed this weekend (and which I can recommend)
British author Chris Beckett gets an issue dedicated to him – well, the first half of the issue, in that there are three stories and an interview with this full-time social work academic and part-time writer. A nod of appreciation to the top quality cover illustration by Warwick Fraser-Coombe. So what of this issue? Chris […]
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. […]