Andy Hedgecock

Andy Hedgecock must be ancient because hes been involved in small press publishing for more than a quarter of a century. In addition to working on Paraxis with Claire and Carys, he is co-editor (Fiction) of Interzone, one of the UKs longest running short story publications and its longest running sf and fantasy magazine. Andys reviews and features have appeared in The Oxford Companion to English LiteratureThe Spectator, Time Out / Penguin City Guides, the Breaking Windows Anthology (Prime Books), Zembla, The Third Alternative, The Edge, The Zone, Midnight Street, Freedom (the anarchist paper established by Peter Kropotkin), The Raven (anarchist review), Short Fiction in Theory and Practice and Foundation the International Review of Science Fiction. Andy lives in rural Nottinghamshire and funds his hideously expensive dependency on books and Pedigree beer by teaching (psychology and English) and writing manuals, reports, news releases and learning materials.  

Read Andy's essay 'Oracles of change, other ways of being' here.

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