Interzone was first published in 1982 and is rightly regarded as one of the leading professional print Science Fiction and Fantasy magazines. Nominated many times for Hugo Awards, it won one in 1995.
Interzone publishes short stories by established authors and newcomers alike, as well as offering a wide range of interviews, covering manga, anime, games, DVDs, magazines, film and television, and offering columns such as David Langford’s Ansible Link
I’ll archive my reviews here in due course. In the meantime, you can find the following reviews in print.
Issue 209 No Dominion Charlie Houston (Del Rey)
(I reviewed Charlie Houston’s first Joe Pitt Casebook for Emerald City)
Issue 207 Tales of Birth and Death Hannu Rajaniemi (Writers Bloc)