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Interzone Publishes 25th Anniversary Issue

The March-April 2007 issue of Interzone (#209) marks the 25th year of the genre magazine’s publication.

Here’s what’s in the 25th Anniversary Issue:


  • “The Whenever at the City’s Heart” by Hal Duncan
  • “Winter” by Jamie Barras
  • “The Good Detective” by M. John Harrison
  • “Big Cat” by Gwyneth Jones
  • “The Sledge-maker’s Daughter” by Alastair Reynolds
  • “Tears for Godzilla” by Daniel Kaysen
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth” by Edward Morris


  • Ansible Link by David Langford (news and gossip)
  • Editorial: 25 years of Interzone
  • Reviews of books by Kim Stanley Robinson (plus interview by Rick Kleffel), Ken MacLeod, Naomi Novik, Robert Sawyer, Charlie Huston, Ed Gorman, Charles Stross and many others
  • Mangazone: Sarah Ash on Eternal Sabbath and Basilisk
  • Nick Lowe’s Mutant Popcorn: SF’s finest film critic on recent films including The Fountain, Arthur and the Invisibles, Eragon, Zoom, Deja Vu, Night at the Museum, It’s a Boy-Girl Thing.
  • Blood for Ink: Getting Serious With Hal Duncan (interview by Neil Williamson)
  • 25 IZ: David Pringle, Arthur C. Clarke, Greg Agan, Michael Moorcock, Christopher Fowler, Neal Asher, Alastair Reynolds, Chris Beckett on 25 years of Interzone (to be continued, with Bruce Sterling, Sarah Ash, Ellen Datlow, Terry Pratchett, Stephen Baxter, Ken MacLeod, Peter F. Hamilton, Eric Brown, Dominic Green, James Lovegrove, Mike Ashley and many others, including you?)
  • 25 TV: Afterlife creator Stephen Volk’s personal top ten TV programs from the last 25 years (to be continued, covering various media)
  • Readers’ Poll results: the most popular stories and art as voted for by the readers
About John DeNardo (13013 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

1 Comment on Interzone Publishes 25th Anniversary Issue

  1. Good to see another story by Daniel Kaysen. I’ve really enjoyed his planet-management story arc in the past. I just finished reading the story in IZ209, it’s definitely up to his usual standard. He has a few other stories online at his homepage, for anyone curious:

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