New York Review of Science Fiction 12-issue Subscription David G. Hartwell et al.
The New York Review of Science Fiction has spent the last 24 years reading science fiction and fantasy like they matter.
NYRSF is a monthly critical magazine about science… More
Locus 12-Month Subscription Liza Groen Trombi et al.
Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. … More
Interzone Annual Subscription Andy Cox
Interzone was founded in 1982 by David Pringle, John Clute, Alan Dorey, Malcolm Edwards, Colin Greenland, Graham Jones, Roz Kaveney and Simon Ounsley.
“If there had been no Interzone to be the backbone of the… More
September 2010 · 9781931520676
The perfect supplement to any writer’s life, this new edition of A Working Writer’s Daily Planner is even better than before, packed with more of the information writers need to … More
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 28 Kelly Link et al.
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet (a self-titled Occasional Outburst) returns either incredibly late for 2012 or incredibly early for 2014.
The latest issue of LCRW features magic, killing curses, broken lands… More
The Almanac Edition of the Daily Planner includes all the prompts, exercises, reading lists, and articles from the two previous editions.
A Working Writer’s Daily Planner is the perfect place to keep everything… More
The Human Front Ken MacLeod
Winner of the Sidewise and Seiun Awards.
Ken MacLeod is one of the brightest and most progressive of Britain’s “Hard SF” stars who navigate exciting new futures to the delight of legions of fans around the world.… More
Locus February 2012 (#613) Liza Groen Trombi et al.
The February 2012 issue of Locus magazine features the annual Year in Review essays, the Locus 2011 Recommended Reading List, and reviews of new books by Tim Powers, Ted Kosmatka, William Gibson, Catherynne M. Valente,… More
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 29 Kelly Link et al.
8.5 x 7 · 60pp in print · September 2013 · Issue 29 · Paper edition available from Small Beer Press.
The new issue of our Occasional Outburst, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet (#29! how many times will we … More
Starve Better Nick Mamatas
Starve Better makes no promises of making you a bestselling author. It won’t feed aspiring writers’ dreams of fame and fortune. This book is about survival: how to generate ideas when you needed them yesterday,… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #290 James Patrick Kelly et al.
The Singularity; German proto-sf and the challeng of translation; Straub’s Hellfire Club; reviews of David Nickle, Patrick Weeks, Ian McDonald, Lord Dunsany, and Space Captain! … More
New York Review of Science Fiction #291 Bernadette Bosky et al.
Liminality in Little, Big; Archeology of the Future; Leigh Brackett’s Venus; Roger Corman and Edgar Allan Poe; Brittle Innings at the ball park; after the robot holocaust… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #287 Christopher Kovacs et al.
Literary allusions and patterns in the first Amber series; fantasy and the scholars; a survey of Greg Benford’s Galactic Center; David Drake on writing; and The Lathe of Heaven on stage!… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #289 Jen Gunnels et al.
The Honeycomb trilogy concludes; September 11 and SF; Pon Farr and Jung; Jame Enge’s dragons; Walter Miller’s life and times; Mary Gentle’s opera; and D&D on the stage.… More
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet 30 Kelly Link et al.
With the thirtieth issue, LCRW—(maybe? probably? perhaps, for now?) the only zine named after Winston Churchill’s mother—changes everything. We turn blue into tree. We make electricity solid. We publish… More