A neat story, especially if you were a late teen/college student in the 1980s, with a strong Bill and Ted/Back to the Future vibe.
Chris Beckett. Piccadilly Circus. The eighteenth story of Beckett’s in Interzone, and one of the best that I have read. A near-future London is the setting, and for Clarissa Fell it is decaying, dark and lifeless. However, for the rest of the population, now uploaded into an Urban Consensual Field, the virtual London which they… Continue reading Interzone Number 198 May/June 2005
I‘ve already taken editor Andy Cox to task over the front cover of this issue. Whilst shaven-headed women are absolutely fine for speculative/New Weird fiction mags such as The 3rd Alternative (as on TTA #35 front cover and frequent interior illustrations on a regular basis) – putting them on Interzone is just going to confuse… Continue reading Interzone Number 197 March/April 2005