The wait is over: copies of Interzone #294 have now begun heading off to over 30 countries around the world.
Subscriptions are available here at interzone.press and if you would like to extend an existing subscription at the current rates, now is the perfect time.
It is a huge honour to publish work by these amazing writers and artists:
I hope you will soon hold a copy in your hands.
And if you prefer electronic ink, ebooks are available from Scarlet Ferret and Weightless Books. The Scarlet Ferret edition also comes with extras: access to everything published in IZ Digital and a digital exclusive story, Daniel Bennett's 'Benji the Killbot', with art by Martin Hanford.
And if paper and pixels are not enough, Interzone now has a show:
The first full episode is a chat with the excellent Nick Lowe about the films he couldn't fit into his IZ 294 Mutant Popcorn essay: Moon Man, The Deer King, and the marvellous documentary (I recommend it very highly) Lynch/Oz; and for the second episode, author R.T. Ester came on to talk about his writing -- including 'The Building Across the Street', his story in Interzone #294 -- and some books and films he has enjoyed recently.
Future guests coming on INTERZONE POD include Kat Clay, Philip Fracassi, Chana Porter, Amal Singh, J. Dianne Dotson, and Teika Marija Smits.
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Thanks for reading, and listening.
Gareth Jelley, Editor & Publisher
Interzone & IZ Digital