Issue 1, 1st November 1995: SF - Interzone
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Interzone, Britain's leading science-fiction and fantasy magazine, founded in 1982, has now reached one hundred issues. Shortlisted for the Hugo Award many years running, and a winner in 1995, it enjoys a high reputation around the world.

Contents, December 1995:
Greg Egan: Silver Fire
Chris Beckett: The Warrior Half-and-Half
Mary Soon Lee: The Tinkerbell Theory
Stephen Baxter: Darkness
Ian Lee: The End of the World is Nice

Interaction: Readers' Letters
Gregory Benford: interview by Barry Forshaw
David Langford: Ansible Link
Nick Lowe: Film Reviews
Paul J. McAuley and others: Book Reviews


Guidelines for writers

David Pringle

Editor & Publisher, Interzone

217 Preston Drove, Brighton BN1 6FL, UK.

Deputy Editor: Lee Montgomerie.

Assistant Editors: Andy Robertson, Andrew Tidmarsh.

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