Interzone #264

Interzone #264 (May-June 2016)Interzone #264 by TTA Press

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

One of the best issues I’ve read for a while. I very much enjoyed the opening story–a fairly classic apocalyptic piece set in Wales. But I just loved “Breadcrumbs” by Malcolm Devlin and “The Tower Princesses” by Gwendolyn Kiste. Both stories were deeply weird in the best Interzone tradition although leaning more to the fantastic than Interzone used to publish. But I guess genre boundaries are much more fluid these days. Both stories were also fascinating ideas, heavy with meaning which again is the kind of story I love.

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