Magazines & Websites
Print Mags, third week July
New York Review of SF
Print/Web Mags, mid-July
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
SF magazine, currently bimonthly, published since 1982, co-founded by David Pringle; edited since 2004 by Andy Cox
(Mon 25 Jul 2011)
Issue 235, £3.95, 64pp, cover art by Richard Wagner
Fiction in this issue is by Matthew Cook, Mercurio D. Rivera, Jon Wallace, Gareth L. Powell, and Al Robertson.
Features include David Langford's "Ansible Link" column of news and obituaries; a section of "Book Zone" book reviews by Maureen Kincaid Speller, Paul Kincaid, Jim Steel, and others, with a sidebar interview with Lisa Goldstein; Tony Lee's "Laser Fodder" DVD and Blue-ray reviews; and Nick Lowe's "Mutant Popcorn" film reviews, covering Green Lantern and four other films.
UK science fiction magazine, edited by Ian Redman
(Fri 29 Jul 2011)
Issue XXXIII, £2.75, 56pp, cover art by David Conyers
This issue, named Euanthe after the 33rd moon of Jupiter, has fiction by Alexander Hawes BSc, V.K. Valev, Jon Wallace, Shane Ward, and Ian Sales.
There's also poetry by Allen Ashley.
The issue can be ordered individually from the magazine's back issues page.
Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet
Semi-annual small-press magazine subtitled 'an occasional outburst'; published/edited by Gavin J. Grant and Kelly Link
(Fri 29 Jul 2011)
Issue 27, $5, 60pp, cover art by Kathleen Jennings
This issue has fiction by A.D. Jameson, Jessy Randall, K.M. Ferebee, Karen Heuler, M.K. Hobson, Carol Emshwiller, David Rowinski, Joan Aiken, and Sarah Harris Wallman. Poetry is by Sarah Heller and David Blair.
Nonfiction is Gwenda Bond's "Dear Aunt Gwenda" column, and a piece by Nicole Kimberlin, "Sending All Your Love--In the Form of Brownies Through the Mail".
Dark fantasy magazine, published since 1923; currently published quarterly, edited by Stephen H. Segal and Ann VanderMeer
(Tue 2 Aug 2011)
Vol. 65 No. 4 (whole #358), $6.99, 80pp, cover art by Carrie Ann Baade
This issue has fiction by Ramsey Shehadeh, Karin Tidbeck, Nik Houser, Richard Holinger, Gio Clairval, Eric Lis, and Brant Danay.
Departments include "The Eyrie", in which Ann VanderMeer describes this issue as "gone to Hell"; and Kenneth Hite's column "Lost in Lovecraft."
Nonfiction is by Genevieve Valentine, on haute couture, Robert A. Kowal, on weird cinema, Cynthia Ward, talking with Marc Gasgiogne about Angry Robot Books, and an interview by Ann VanderMeer with Carrie Ann Baade.
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