Analog Science Fiction and Fact

• Science fiction and nonfiction; published since 1930 (originally Astounding); edited, since April 2013, by Trevor Quachri
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Near-monthly (10 issues/year)

November 2013
Vol. 133 No. 11, $4.99, 112pp, cover art by NASA
• This issue has a novella by Edward M. Lerner, novelettes by Christopher L. Bennett and Paul Di Filipo, and short stories by Ron Collins, Bud Sparhawk, Michael Monson, Jack McDevitt, and Joseph Weber. There’s also a poem by Robert Lundy.
• The science fact article, about 3D printing, is by Thomas A. Easton.
• Departments include a guest editorial by H.G. Stramann, MD; an “Alternate View” column by Jeffery D. Kooistra, who interviews himself; and “The Reference Library” by Don Sakers, covering titles by David Weber, Charles E. Gannon, and others.

(Fri 23 Aug 2013)


Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine

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

June 2013
Issue 58, Vol. 11 No. 2, A$12.95, 170pp, cover art by Alan Englert
• This issue, edited by Edwina Harvey, has fiction by Steven Pirie, Marie Alfaci, Ian McHugh, and many others.
• Poetry is by Brit Mandelo, Leslie Anderson, and Alexander Seidel.
• Features include a remembrance of Iain M Banks, and book reviews by Jacob Edwards and Simon Petrie.

(Wed 7 Aug 2013)


Asimov’s Science Fiction

• Science Fiction magazine; published since 1977; edited by Sheila Williams
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Near-monthly (10 issues/year)

October/November 2013
Vol. 37 No. 10&11 (whole #453&454), $7.99, 192pp, cover art by Kinuko Craft
• This double issue has novelettes by Charlie Jane Anders, Meg Pontecorvo, Igor Teper, Gregory Frost, Joel Richards, and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and short stories by Neal Asher, Ian McHugh, Paul Di Filippo, Sheila Finch, Jack Dann, Alan DeNiro, and Ian Creasey.
• Poetry is by Jack O’Brien, Lou Ella Hickman, Robert Frazier, Bryan D. Dietrich, Dominica Phetteplace, and Bruce Boston.
• Departments include Sheila Williams’ editorial, presenting results of the annual reader awards; Robert Silverberg’s “Reflections” column, “Translations Par II”; an “On the Net” column by James Patrick Kelly, “Both Sides of the Desk”; a “Thought Experiments” essay by Ed Finn; and book reviews by Norman Spinrad, covering titles by Karen Lord, Rosa Montero, Jenny Davidson, and Rudy Rucker.

(Fri 23 Aug 2013)



• UK science fiction magazine, edited by Ian Redman
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Quarterly

July 2013
Issue XLI, £2.75, 54pp, cover art by Daniel Bristow-Bailey
• This issue, named Aoede after the moon of Jupiter, has fiction by Andrew Darlington, Dan Pawley, Kurt Heinrich Hyatt, Neil Clift, and Peter C Loftus.
• The issue can be ordered individually from the magazine’s back issues page.

(Tue 6 Aug 2013)


The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

• Fiction, reviews, and features; published since 1949; edited by Gordon Van Gelder
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Bimonthly

Sept.Oct 2013
Vol. 125 No. 3&4 (whole #709), $7.99, 258pp, cover art by David A. Hardy
• This issue has a novella by Rachel Pollack, novelets by Susan Palwick, Albert E. Cowdrey, and Marc Laidlaw, and short stories by Robert Grossbach, Oliver Buckram, Eugene Mirabelli, James Morrow, Daniel Marcus, KJ Kabza, Geoff Ryman, and Rob Chilson.
• Departments include Charles de Lint’s “Books to Look For”, covering titles by Freda Warrington, Jo Rioux, and others; Michelle West’s “Musing on Books”, covering titles by Kate Elliott, Joe Hill, and others; a “Films” column by Lucius Shepard, covering the latest Star Trek film; and a “Curiosities” page by Douglas A. Anderson, covering a 1926 title by Bernard Sleigh.
• Lois Tilton just reviews this issue for Locus Online, especially recommending the Mirabelli story.

(Thu 15 Aug 2013)