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first week February
Adventures in SciFi Publishing
Analog
Apex
Asimov's
Black Gate website
Clarkesworld
GigaNotoSaurus
Lightspeed
Quantum Muse
Redstone
SF Site

fourth week January
Abyss & Apex
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Bull Spec
Fantasy Magazine
Interzone
io9
Lightspeed
Salon Futura
SF Signal
Strange Horizons
Tor.com


2011 Directories




 

io9

• Science fiction, science, and pop culture blog; launched January 2008; editor in chief Annalee Newitz, managing editor Charlie Jane Anders
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Daily
http://io9.com/

February 2011
• This site (along with associated sites Gawker, Jalopnik, et al) underwent redesign earlier this month, making a single lead story dominate the homepage while other stories are listed in the right sidebar. A blog view (similar to the old style) is available via a button along the top.
• The latest Geek's Guide to the Galaxy features Jennifer Ouellette.
• Charlie Jane Anders asks Why donít we see more stories about how technology can set us free?, and reviews Ben Aaronovitch's Midnight Riot. Annalee Newitz explains How to build a space elevator and become an interplanetary civilization, and asks and answers Want to know what life will be like for female military leaders of the future? Read Lois McMaster Bujold.

(Mon 14 Feb 2011)

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Salon Futura

• Non-fiction discussion of science fiction, fantasy and related literature, debuting Sept 2010; edited by Cheryl Morgan
• Format: Online, ebook formats
• Frequency: Monthly
http://www.salonfutura.net/

February 2011
Issue 6, cover art by Steve Upham
• This issue has an essay by Jonathan Clements about Japanese writer Taku Mayumura, 1778 Ways To Say "I Love You"
• Other articles are by Raz Greenberg, on French animator René Laloux, Sam Jordison, on surrealism, Cheryl Morgan, on suspension of disbelief, and Karen Burnham, reviewing short fiction.
• The Salon feature focuses on Running a Small Press, with L. Timmel Duchamp, Alisa Krasnostein, and Sean Wallace.
• Cheryl Morgan interviews Gary K. Wolfe and Ann VanderMeer.

(Mon 14 Feb 2011)

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SF Signal

• Daily blog of SF reviews, links, video clips, and commentary; online since 2003; regular contributors JP Frantz and John DeNardo
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Daily
http://www.sfsignal.com/

February 2011
• The latest SF Signal Podcast is an Interview with Legendary Author David Drake, and the latest Mind Meld compiles Favorite Guilty SF/F Pleasures. There's a link to a YouTube video by Neil Gaiman on Why eBook Piracy is Ultimately an 'Incredibly Good Thing'.
• There's a new author spotlight on Mark Hodder. Columnist John H. Stevens writes about Championing the Difficult and the Poetic in Fantastika.
• Peter Damien reviews J.M. McDermott's Never Knew Another. Lawrence Person reviews Robert Jackson Bennett's Mr. Shivers. John DeNardo reviews Matt Forbeck's Amortals.

(Mon 14 Feb 2011)

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Strange Horizons

• Fiction, art, articles, poetry, and reviews; founded September 2000; editor-in-chief Susan Marie Groppi through 2010, Niall Harrison beginning 2011
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Weekly; reviews posted three times a week
http://www.strangehorizons.com/

February 2011
• Fiction in February so far is a two-part story by Gavin J. Grant, Widows in the World (part 2), posted January 7th and 14th.
• Poems these two weeks are The Three Daughters by Suzanne Fisher, and The Dream Police by Lyn C.A. Gardner.
Reviews cover books by Robert Silverberg, Lois McMaster Bujold, Walter Jon Williams, and others.

(Mon 14 Feb 2011)

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Tor.com

• SF & fantasy fiction, reviews, commentary, founded 2008; staff includes fiction editors Patrick Nielsen Hayden and Liz Gorinsky
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Daily
http://www.tor.com/

February 2011
• Highlights on this site recently include new fiction by Brit Mandelo, Though Smoke Shall Hide the Sun, and reprint fiction by Nnedi Okorafor, The Go-Slow.
• Jo Walton reviews Patrick O'Brian's The Hundred Days, the Hugo nominees from 1970, C.J. Cherryh's Rimrunners, Frederik Pohl's Gateway, the 1969 Hugo nominees, and several mysteries by Sarah Caudwell.
• Brit Mandelo reviews Damon Knight's Creating Short Fiction and Elizabeth Bear's Edda of Burdens cycle.
• Mari Ness reviews C.S. Lewis' The Silver Chair. Ryan Britt reviews Kurt Vonnegut's While Mortals Sleep.

(Mon 14 Feb 2011)

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