Are there strange forces at work, and/or is it simply a case of a little lost girl?
Now writing a column for Interzone, Allan’s latest story for them stops just as it’s getting interesting, so I’m hoping there’s at least one more followup story
A story that has an intriguing setting and leaves the reader wondering about what happens next.
Captures the feeling of constraint and repression and danger, and the streets of central London, but ‘Children of Men’ it ain’t.
Kim Lakin-Smith. Johnny and Emmie-Lou Get Married. Steam-driven 1950s Rebel Without a Cause type-punks. After cyberpunk, and steampunk, presumably punkpunk. With a Romeo and Juliet cross-gang love affair, the titular couple are in a race to get to the church in time – before they get wasted by her ex. Short and entertaining while it… Continue reading Interzone #222 June 2009
TTA Press took over Interzone last year, and it has made a refreshing change to be party to the thoughts behind what publisher/editor Andy Cox and his team have in mind with regard to the direction of the venerable title, through the TTA Press Discussion Boards. With the previous regime a smoky bar in Brighton… Continue reading Interzone #199 July/August 2005