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The March – April issue of Britain's longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by Alastair Reynolds, Tendai Huchu, Fadzlishah Johanabas, Rich Larson, and Aliya Whiteley. Cover art ‘Rime’ is Martin Hanford’s work and interior artists are Richard Wagner, Vincent Sammy, Warwick Fraser-Coombe and Wayne Haag. All the usual features are present: David Langford’s Ansible Link (news and obits); Nick Lowe’s Mutant Popcorn (film reviews); Tony Lee’s Laser Fodder (DVD/Blu-ray/VoD reviews); Book Zone (book reviews); Jonathan McCalmont's Future Inter-rupted (comment) and Nina Allan's Time Pieces (comment). Author inter-views: Andy Hedgecock with Helen Marshall and Peter Tennant with Aliya Whiteley.
Interzone is essentially a fiction magazine containing short science fiction and fantasy stories. But it covers other aspects of the genre via comment, news, reviews of books, movies, DVDs and TV.
Fiction this issue
A Murmuration by Alastair Reynolds
Songbird by Fadzlishah Johanabas
Brainwhales Are Stoners, Too by Rich Larson
The Worshipful Company of Milliners by Tendai Huchu
Blossoms Falling Down by Aliya Whiteley
Artists this issue
Books reviewed this issue
Book Zone, edited by Jim Steel, has
Gifts for the One Who Comes After by Helen Marshall (plus author inter-view conducted by Andy Hedgecock), Tigerman by Nick Harkaway, The Final Testimony of Raphael Ignatius Phoenix by Paul Sussman, Hyperluminal by Jim Burns, Edge of Dark by Brenda Cooper, Revenger 1 by Warwick Fraser-Coombe, The Very Best of Kate Elliott, Beta-Life edited by Martin Amos & Ra Page, Tell No Lies by John Grant, The Glorious Angels by Justina Robson, Ditko's Shorts edited by Craig Yoe & Fester Faceplant
Nick Lowe's Mutant Popcorn movie reviews this issue include Jupiter Ascending, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Ex Machina, Into the Woods, Big Hero 6, Project Almanac, Coherence
Tony Lee's Laser Fodder, TV/DVD, reviews this issue include Extant, The Haunting of Black Wood, Enemy, The Maze Runner, The Rendlesham UFO In-cident, Coherence, Dark Planet, Game of Thrones, Teenage Mutant Ninja Tur-tles, Continuum, Halo: Nightfall, The Device, The Signal
Other non-fiction this issue
David Langford - Ansible Link
Nina Allan - Time Pieces column
Jonathan McCalmont - Future Interrupted column
Readers' Poll - Vote for your favourite stories of 2014
Editorial - Have Awards for Genre Short Fiction Had Their Day? Ian Sales
Author interviews –
Helen Marshall by Andy Hedgecock
Aliya Whiteley by Peter Tennant with added questions from readers.