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2011 Directories


Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine

• Australian humorous and light-hearted SF and fantasy, since June 2002; editors rotate.
• Format: Print and PDF
• Frequency: Bimonthly

Issue 50, 2011
Vol. 9 No. 2, A$8.95, 164pp, cover art by Les Petersen
• This magazine's 50th issue, edited by the "ASIM Hivemind", has fiction by Shona Husk, Damien Walters Grintalis, Barry Kirwan, Nicole R Murphy, Ian McHugh, Mark Lee Pearson, Robert P Switzer, Debbie Cowens, Natasha Simonova, Dennis J Pale, Simon Petrie, Mark D West, and Anthony Panegyres.
• Poetry is by Sean Williams and Nigel Stones.
• Features include interviews with Rowena Cory Daniells and Nicole R Murphy, a look back at past members of the ASIM Cooperative, and a review of Tron: Legacy.
• The magazine's website has this post about the issue.

(Mon 4 Apr 2011)


Apex Magazine

• Quarterly magazine of SF and horror, since 2005; managing editor Jason Sizemore, fiction editor Catherynne M. Valente
• Format: Online; Ebook formats
• Frequency: Quarterly

April 2011
• This issue has two stories, Biba Jibun by Eugie Foster, and The Eater by Michael J. Deluca.
• There are also reprints by Mike Allen and Jennifer Pelland -- the latter being Ghosts of New York, currently on this year's Nebula ballot.
• Not posted are a poem by Rose Lemberg and a history of the Nebula Awards by Michael A. Burstein.

(Mon 11 Apr 2011)


Cascadia Subduction Zone

• Literary quarterly of essays and reviews focused on topics of interest to readers of sf/f, with an emphasis on social commentary and analysis, since 2011; managing editor Lew Gilchrist

January 2011
Vol. 1 No. 1, $4, 24pp, cover art by James Ng
• First issue of a new literary journal focusing on the Pacific Northwest. This issue has an essay by Sheree Renee Thomas, an interview with Chandler Davis, and a reprinted poem by Ursula K. Le Guin.
• There are also reviews, by Nancy Jane Moore, L. Timmel Duchamp, Carrie Devall, and others, of books by Nell Irvin Painter, Karen Joy Fowler, M. Rickert, and others.
• The magazine's website has the complete table of contents.

(Sun 20 Mar 2011)


Intergalactic Medicine Show

• Fiction and interviews, since 2005; publisher and executive editor Orson Scott Card, editor Edmund R. Schubert
• Format: Online, subscription access
• Frequency: Irregular; two-five issues per year

April 2011
Issue 22
• This issue's stories are Love, Cayce by Marie Brennan, We Who Steal Faces by Tony Pi, Exodus Tides by Aliette de Bodard, Exiles of Eden by Brad R. Torgersen, and The Long Way Home by G. Norman Lippert.
• There's also a YA tale by David Lubar, The Bus Stop.
• The interview, by Darrell Schweitzer, is with Robert Silverberg.

(Mon 11 Apr 2011)



• Quarterly SF magazine published from Vancouver, Canada, debuting 2003; edited by Karl Johanson

Issue 20, 2011
C$7.95, 80pp, cover art by Janice Blaine
• Fiction in this issue is by Sally Kuntz, Robert J. Boumis, Richard Black, Cheryl Wood Ruggiero, Gordon Wolfe, and Owen Pawlowski.
• Nonfiction includes an editorial by Karl Johanson, letters, editorial column "A Walk Through the Periodic Chart" this time about Antihydrogen, recent awards news, reviews of books and films, and science news.
• The magazine's website includes subscription info, submission guidelines, and a detailed description of this issue.

(Mon 4 Apr 2011)


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posted 11 April 2011

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