Interzone burst onto a moribund UK SF magazine publishing scene in 1982, came to prominence in the mid-to-late 1980s under editor David Pringle, and remains the premier British SF magazine to this day, now under the stewardship of Andy Cox et al at TTA Press.
This anthology does not pretend to be the definitive Interzone collection. Instead it presents, in chronological order, most of the Interzone stories currently hosted on AnthologyBuilder.
I have been fortunate enough to collect some wonderful stories in this volume, from both the David Pringle and TTA Press eras, including the most recent winner of the Readers' Poll. Several of my all-time favourite Interzone stories are collected here.
Hopefully this anthology provides an entertaining and stimulating introduction to one of the world's leading SF magazines. If you enjoy reading the most recent stories, I urge you to take out a subscription.
Notes for the Second Edition (November 2012):
A couple of stories included in the first edition of this anthology have been removed from AnthologyBuilder, so I've replaced them with work by two of my favourite Interzone authors from recent years. I recommend Sarah L. Edwards and Jason Sanford to you strongly.
(Interzone subscriber since Issue 1)