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Print/Web Mags, first week July
Abyss & Apex
Analog
Apex
Asimov's
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Clarkesworld
Dreams and Nightmares
Fantasy Magazine
GigaNotoSaurus
Leading Edge
Lightspeed
Redstone SF
SF Site
Strange Horizons

Print/Web Mags, 3rd week June
Andromeda Spaceways
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Black Static
SF Site
Strange Horizons


2011 Directories




 

Alt Hist

• Historical fiction and alternate history, debuting October 2010; editor Mark Lord
• Format: Print, ebook
• Frequency: tbd
http://althistfiction.com/

Issue 2, 2011
• This second issue has stories by Andrew Knighton, David X. Wiggin, William Knight, AshleyRose Sullivan, Priya Sharma, Jessica Wilson, Anna Sykora, and N.K. Pulley.
• There are also three book reviews.
• The magazine's current issue page provides free excerpts of the stories.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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Beneath Ceaseless Skies

• Literary adventure fantasy, since 2008; publisher and editor-in-chief Scott H. Andrews
• Format: Online; PDF and ebook formats
• Frequency: biweekly
http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/

July 2011
Issue 73
• This July 14th issue has two stories, Rosamund Hodges' And Her Eyes Sewn Shut with Unicorn Hair and Adam Callaway's Walls of Paper, Soft as Skin.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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Chiaroscuro

• Horror fiction, poetry, columns, and reviews, since 1999; editor-in-chief Brett Alexander Savory
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Quarterly
http://chizine.com/

July-September 2011
Issue 48
• Stories in this issue are Coyote at the Crossing by Rachel Ayers, Linking Words by Grace Seybold, Unpicking the Stitches by Ilan Lerman, and Visions of Destruction Series, Mixed Media by Polenth Blake.
• Poetry is by Barry King, Stacey Madden, Marina Lee Sable, Deborah Walker, and Brenda Hammack.
• And there's a book review by William D. Gagliani.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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Flurb

• A Webzine of Astonishing Tales, since 2006; edited by Rudy Rucker
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Semi-annual
http://www.flurb.net/

Spring/Summer 2011
• The guest-editor is Eileen Gunn.
• Stories include three by Mexican writers in both English and Spanish -- Alberto Chimal, Bernardo Fernández (also known as BEF), and Pepe Rojo -- plus works by Kek-W, Leslie What, Chris N. Brown, Minister Faust, Charlie Jane Anders, Robert Guffey, Michael Swanwick, Rudy Rucker, and Douglas Lain.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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M-Brane SF

• The Magazine of Astounding Science Fiction, since January 2009; edited by Christopher Fletcher
• Format: PDF by subscription
• Frequency: monthly
http://www.mbranesf.com/

June 2011
• This issue has stories by A.J. Fitzwater, Mark Ward, Mason Gallaway, Patty Jansen, and Kenneth Burstall.
• The issue link above is a blog post with a description of the issue by the editor. The site is currently offering back issue #24 for free.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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On Spec

• Canadian magazine of the fantastic, since 1989; managing editor Diane Walton
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Quarterly
http://www.onspec.ca/

Spring 2011
Issue 84, Vol. 23 No. 1, C$6.95, 116pp, cover art by Justin Currie
• Fiction in this issue is by Kate Riedel, Stacy Sinclair, Matthew Marinett, Bruce Taylor, Robert P. Switzer, Angela Dorsey, Steven M. Saus, and Steve Vernon. Poetry is by Peter Chiykowski and Rebecca Lilly.
• Nonfiction includes an editorials by Robin Carson and Mark Shainblum, and interviews with author Matthew Marinett and artist Justin Currie.
• The magazine's website has the table of contents with notes on contributors.

(Sat 16 Jul 2011)

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Quantum Muse

• Science fiction, fantasy and alternative stories and artwork, based on writers' group submissions and critiques, since 1998; current lead editor Tim Goyette
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Monthly
http://www.quantummuse.com/

July 2011
• This month's stories are James Turnbull's Magiks and Mysteries, Gordon Rowlinson's The Mind Machine, Harris Tobias' The Travel Agent, and Brock Noel's The Lady Sword Master.
• Jeromy Henry has an editorial, Darkness.
• The latest flash fiction is by Harris Tobias.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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SF Commentary

• SF fanzine, published by Australian fan Bruce Gillespie since 1969; now available at efanzines.com
• Format: PDF
http://efanzines.com/SFC/index.html

July 2011
Issue 82
• This issue is the third part of the 'zines' 40th anniversary edition, following Issue #80 about a year ago and #81 last month.
• This issue features a long review by Yvonne Rousseau of Connie Willis's Blackout/All Clear, an essay by Terence M. Green about his life and work, an interview with Ian Watson by Stephen Baxter, and celebrations of the work of John Clute by Damien Broderick, Douglas Barbour, and Steve Jeffery.
• There are also reviews by George Zebrowski, Gregory Benford, Amy Harlib, and others.

(Sun 17 Jul 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/

July 2011
• The latest SF Signal Podcast is an interview with Tracy Hickman; the previous one was a roundup and review of 2011 so far.
• The latest Mind Meld asks What is your favorite "Big Dumb Object" in Science Fiction?, with responses from Gregory Benford, David Langford, and others; previous Mind Meld's addressed steampunk, whether SF is relevant in a technological society, and what cultures are neglected in SF and F.
• Among recent reviews are Larry Ketchersid on Paul Malmont's The Astounding, The Amazing and The Unknown, Karen Burnham on Daryl Gregory's Raising Stony Mayhall, and John H. Stevens on Ann and Jeff VanderMeer's The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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SF Site

• Reviews, interviews, feature, links; published by Rodger Turner since 1997
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Semi-monthly
http://www.sfsite.com/

mid-July 2011
• This issue leads with Nathan Brazil's review of Raymond E. Feist's A Kingdom Besieged.
• Other reviews include Rich Horton on China Miéville's Embassytown and David Soyka on Jo Walton's Among Others. Rodger Turner updates his index to Gardner Dozois' Year's Best SF anthologies with the contents for volume 28. There are also several audiobook reviews.
• Column include Rick Klaw & Mark London Williams on graphic novels, and Neil Walsh with new arrivals.

(Sun 17 Jul 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/

July 2011
• July 11th posts include a column by Matthew Cheney, Lexias: Old, Weird, fiction by Ted Infinity and Nabil Hijazi, The Peacock, and poetry by Ken Liu, The Mesozoic Tour Guide.
• July 4th posts include fiction by Tracy Canfield, One-Eyed Jack's, poetry by Shweta Narayan, Homebound, and a column by Genevieve Valentine, Intertitles: In Praise of the Glorious Mess, concerning Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life.
• June 27th posts included an article by Alex Lyras, More Real Than Real: Philip K. Dick's Visionary Posthumanism, and a column by Vandana Singh, Living with the Other: Animals, the City, and the Future.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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Subterranean

• Fiction and reviews, since 2007; head editor William K. Schafer
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Quarterly issues; periodic updates
http://subterraneanpress.com/magazine/

Summer 2011
• This is a special YA issue, guest-edited by Gwenda Bond.
• Three more stories have been posted since early June: Tiffany Trent's Seek-No-Further, Tobias S. Buckell's Mirror, Mirror, and Kelly Link's Valley of the Girls.
• Lois Tilton reviews the entire issue in her mid-July column for Locus Online.

(Sun 17 Jul 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/

July 2011
• Stories posted in the past month include Ken MacLeod's Earth Hour, Michael Bishop's Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes (in honor of David G. Hartwell's 70th birthday), and Michael Swanwick's The Dala Horse.

(Sun 17 Jul 2011)

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