The November–December issue contains new cutting edge science fiction and fantasy (this time with a specific theme) by Tim Lees, Fiona Moore, Natalia Theodoridou, Eliza Ruslander, Sheldon J. Pacotti, and Louise Hughes. The cover art is by Vince Haig, and interior colour illustrations are by Richard Wagner, Dave Senecal, and Martin Hanford. Features: Ansible Link by David Langford (news and obits); Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (film reviews); Book Zone (book reviews, including an interview with Aliya Whiteley); Andy Hedgecock's Future Interrupted (comment); Aliya Whiteley's Climbing Stories (comment); guest editorial by Tim Lees.
A not very interesting issue of Interzone, mainly because the stories appear to be on the theme of conflicts (mainly military related) and not of much interest to me. Natalia Theodoridou's story about unusual genetically engineered soldiers is probably the most interesting.
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