Analog Science Fiction
Analog Science Fiction features science fiction short stories
by current authors, science fact articles, and book reviews. Selected
works are analyzed by scientists and other academics for accuracy
and technological probability.
Asimov's Science Fiction
Asimov's Science Fiction is a leading science fiction and
fantasy magazine that brings you fantastic stories of far-flung worlds,
challenging visions of humanity's future all written with
skill by today's finest science-fiction authors. Each issue features
novellas and short stories, as well as candid book reviews and guest
Realms of Fantasy
Realms of Fantasy is magazine exploring the full spectrum
of fantasy, from Arthurian sagas and heroic conquests to ancient myths
and contemporary fantasies. Each bimonthly issue features a gallery
of a top fantasy artist's work; book and movie reviews; and coverage
of computer, board, card, and role playing games.
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction was founded in
1949 and is an award-winning science fiction magazine and the original
publisher of classics like Stephen King's Dark Tower and
Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon. Each monthly issue contains
compelling short stories and novellas by writers such as Ray Bradbury,
Ben Bova, and Ursula K. Le Guin, as well as the science fiction field's
most respected and outspoken opinions on books, films, and science.
Science Fiction & Absolute Magnitude
The editorial staff of this title has no problem with dystopian and
paranoid science fiction--some of the stories in Absolute Magnitude
are sterling examples of dark social criticism. Bold, exciting fiction,
however, is what drives the publication. Hugo and Nebula award-winning
authors, up-and-comers who are just that far away from being recognized
at conventions, and complete nobodies who've demonstrated a way with
words and a lust for adventure share page space in each lavishly illustrated
issue. Readers can expect a rough half-dozen zesty, action-packed
stories with no shortage of wit and quality writing. Hard science
and reporting features are also included in each issue. Incidentally,
when Aboriginal Science Fiction ceased in 2001, Absolute
Magnitude picked up a few stories and illustrations in order to
carry on that tradition--and ensure certain works saw the light of
day. -- Edith Sorenson, Amazon.com
Weird Tales Magazine
Weird Tales continues to flourish, having undergone
six reincarnations and metamorphosizing from a 6 by 9 inch pulp magazine
to a digest magazine, a paperback book, back to a pulp-sized publication
to return now under the editorship of George H. Scithers and Darrell
Schweitzer as a full-sized magazine.
Interzone, Britain's leading science-fiction and
fantasy magazine, founded in 1982, has now reached 150 issues. Short-listed
for the Hugo Award many years running, and a Hugo winner in 1995,
it has a high reputation around the world.
Science News is a weekly newsmagazine covering the most important
research findings in all fields of science and medicine. Its pages
are packed with short, accurate stories that appeal to nonscientists
and scientists alike. For 75 years, it has reported on the scientific
world and its implications.
This magazine is published for an adult audience without a specifically
scientific background. Each issue covers a broad range of science
including ancient life, medicine, space, the environment, physics
and the latest in technology. As well, it profiles the men and women
behind today s technical advancements.
The "What's New"magazine of science and technology. Covering
the latest developments in cars, electronics, communications, tools,
energy, aviation, science, space exploration and much more.
Writer's Digest is the world's leading magazine for writers.
Each monthly issue is filled with expert instruction, inspiration,
and information on every aspect of the writing life from how
to target manucgi-bin and captivate editors, to effectively overcome
writer's block and negotiate fees.
For over 100 years, The Writer has been an essential resource
for writers at every level. Each issue shares techniques, tips and
inspiration from writing pros as well as providing the latest market
listings, contacts and advice that will help readers write their best
and get their worked published.
The Artist's Magazine
Artist's Magazine is the world's leading magazine for serious,
active artists. Each issue has expert advice for working in watercolor,
oil, acrylics, pastels, gouache, pen and ink, and every other imaginable
medium. Plus, endless inspiration, up-to-date marketing information,