Quarterly magazine of graphic speculative fiction, since 2007; edited by Terry Martin and Anne Stringer
(Fri 22 Jul 2011)
Issue 17, £6.99, 82pp
This issue includes graphic stories by Richard Calder (Episode 6 of "Dead Girls"), Paul L Mathews, and Lavie Tidhar, and prose stories with graphic illustrations by Richard Rippon, Zachary Jernigan, Jacob Edwards, Kurt Kirchmeier, Craig Pay, JC Geiger, Elizabeth Creith, Martin Rose, and Christine Lucas.
There's also an interview with Richard Rippon and Dylan Williams, a column by Kevin Tucker, and two DVD reviews by IE Lester.
The magazine's website has the complete table of contents.
The New York Review of Science Fiction
Essays and reviews, published since 1988; edited by David G. Hartwell, Kathryn Cramer, et al.
(Sat 23 Jul 2011)
Issue 275, Vol. 23 No. 11, $4.00, 24pp
This special "Outsider" issue features an essay by Josh Anderson on Thomas M. Disch's "Modernist Romances", profiles by Lee Weinstein of various authors of "Outside Writing", and an essay by Joe Sanders on the "Ridiculous Sublime" in Heinlein's Job.
Reviews are by Peter Rawlik, on a book about Henry Kuttner edited by Stefan Dziemianowicz and Robert Morrish, Michael Levy, covering titles by Tate Hallaway and Lyda Morehouse, and Edward James, on a novel by Catherynne M. Valente.
There's also an editorial by David G. Hartwell & the editors on decreasing genre presence at this year's Book Expo America.
Critical journal of the British Science Fiction Association; edited by Niall Harrison
(Wed 20 Jul 2011)
Issue 267, £4.00, 60pp, cover art by Sam Mardon
This issue's cover celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and contents include an essay by Martin McGrath on Clarke and the "Heterotopian Impulse". Other essays are by Alys Sterling, on Sci-Fi London, Juliet E McKenna, on Homer's Odyssey, and Roberto Quaglia, on Avatar. There's also an interview with Samuel R. Delany by Roz Kaveney.
Torque Control has this post listing the table of contents, which also include Ian Whate's explanation that companion magazine Matrix is defunct, a column by Stephen Baxter, and a renamed reviews section, The BSFA Review, edited by Martin Lewis.
Previous Magazines & Websites: Print Mags, mid-July