MAGAZINE REVIEW: Interzone 271
Wayne Simmons

Thx, and have always admired the Brit sensibility in sci-fi, whose authors have included everyone from H.G. Wells and Arthur Clarke, to Brian Aldiss and J.G. Ballard. And really enjoy the newer Scottish ones, like Charles Stross, Iain Banks, and Steven Moffat (of Doctor Who fame).

BTW, amazing how well the Cthulu mythos has held up since its invention in the 1920’s by pulp fiction author H.P. Lovecraft, an American, but also coincidentally entirely of English ancestry.

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