I've heard from a few readers that Interzone 236 is now available in U.S. bookstores. The issue features my story "The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues" (which is the sequel to my award-winning tale "Plague Birds"), along with great fiction by Mercurio D. Rivera, Fiona Moore, Jon Ingold, and Stephen Kotowych.
Traditionally Barnes & Noble carries Interzone in their magazine section, but you might want to call first before driving out of your way. In my experience only about half of the B&N stores carry the British magazine. Interzone is also available in the U.S. at specialty bookstores.
So is the issue worth buying? Absolutely. Check out this great review by Sam Tomaino of SF Revu, who not only calls my story "Hugo worthy" but praises all of the fiction, adding "Interzone is the best science fiction magazine in the world." It's hard to argue with that.
And if that doesn't fill your Jason Sanford and/or Interzone fix, issue 231 – Interzone's special issue focused on my fiction – is now available as an ebook edition through both Fictionwise and via Smashwords.