New York Review of Science Fiction #296 Brian Stableford et al.
Special Madness, Music & Romance Issue: Brian Stableford: The Marriage of Science and Romance; Lomig Perrotin: Photographic Approaches to H. P. Lovecraft; Darrell Schweitzer: My First Science Fiction; Christopher… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #295 Aaron Grunfeld et al.
Fallout & Richard Matheson; Richard Prather’s SF P.I.; Frankensteins, apocalypses, the entire world of fantasy, superheroes on the brink of death, robot actors, Forrey Ackerman’s farewells to… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #294 JeFF Stumpo et al.
Borges, Lovecraft, and souls; John Morressy’s fantasy novels; Greg Mellor, Australian wondersmith; Manly Wade Wellman, Plains reporter; Farah Mendlesohn on fantasy; Jean-Luc Picard, epitome; Robots on… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #293 Arthur Hlavaty et al.
The Library of America takes on sf; superheroines on stage; Lovecraft goes book shopping; horror in audio; in world of Warhammer 40K; Patricia McKilip in short form; and the secrets of the sf masters.
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New York Review of Science Fiction #292 Michael Andre-Driussi et al.
Roadside Picnic and Capitalism
Santa and Science Fiction
the return of the Yellow Sign
Love and Comics and Madeline L’Engle
and Joanna Russ’s Hobbit… 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 #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 #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
New York Review of Science Fiction #288 Tom Purdom et al.
Writing Ace Doubles; the singularity on stage; genre and the first novel; more sf Pinocchios; Mike Sirota’s forgotten fantasies; a mystery of Heinlein; Steve Erikson’s new venture; and killer leprechauns.… 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 #286 David Drake et al.
Worlds at War: Dave Drake on warriors’ stories and humor; Jen Gunnels on alien occupation on the stage, Michael Andre-Driussi on the new Roadside Picnic; Richard Kellogg on Philip Wylie; Michael Levy on an American… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #285 Steven Erikson et al.
May 2012 Issue
Whither Fantasy: Steven Erikson on the Cambridge Companion to Fantasy; A. P Canavan on the future of fantasy scholarship; Yves Menard & Jean-Louis Trudel, sf across the language barrier; memories… More
New York Review of Science Fiction 12-issue Subscription David G. Hartwell et al.
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New York Review of Science Fiction #284 Chris n. Brown et al.
On the Edges: Science fiction in the borders of the world; John Jakes’s f&sf short fiction; Pinocchio and the Borg Queen; surprisingly perverse early sf; weird fiction from an Estonian master; and reviews.… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #283 Brian Stableford et al.
Origins of the Future: The forgotten French origin of sf; new techniques to present sf in the theatre; sf at the British Library; more medical errors; Canadian horror; John Jakes: sf novelist; and reviews.… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #282 Tatsumi Takayuki et al.
Dream Mysteries: Noir and weird in collision; from Surrealism to Postmodernism; Ballard’s biography; the murder of Poe; Dirac and Hawking; cowboys and zombies; and reviews.… More