Well, that's what I'm doing. If you want to participate, go here and read the "rules".
One of the things that is cool about this contest is that you get a free copy of Sanford's new story--"The Ships Like Clouds, Risen By Their Rain". While I haven't gotten a chance to read it just yet, I'm looking forward to it. I spent a week in England in March of this year and one of the things I had hoped to find while there was an issue of Interzone and some other British magazines. I came back home empty handed, unfortunately, but I still want to read Interzone. The problem has always been that in comparison to magazines printed in the states, Interzone is extremely expensive--for obvious reasons. I still want to get a subscription to it, but it's a little pricey for me, unfortunately--I've asked for it as a Christmas gift though.
If you want to know more about Interzone's history, check their about page. They've published a lot of amazing authors like Elizabeth Bear, Brian Aldiss, and Iain M. Banks. The about page has a whole list of great authors they've published. Interzone is to England what Analog, F&SF, and Asimov's are to the United States.
So you can see why I jumped on this opportunity. I'll read Mr. Sanford's story pretty soon and post again when I'm finished with a review. But this is it for now. Good luck to anyone else who decides to enter!
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