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
The Time Travel Megapack Edward M. Lerner et al.
Time travel is one of the staples of science fiction, right up there with aliens, space opera, and robots. Most science fiction authors have written at least one time travel story. This collection samples some of the … 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 #305 Brian Stableford et al.
Special Mediterranean Scientomagic Issue! Brian Stableford on Francis Bacon’s New Land; Ian Campbell on a Saudi SF Bestseller; Terry Thomson: Redoublings of Poe in James; Donald M. Hassler on James Gunn’s… More
Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 100 Aliette de Bodard et al.
Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art.
Our January 2015 issue (#100) contains:
To the Stars — and Beyond Robert Reginald et al.
In Damien Broderick’s haunting tale, “The Meek,” the survivors of humanity’s drive toward racial suicide must pay an awful price for their continued survival. John Glasby’s “Innsmouth Bane” tells… More
Lightspeed Magazine Issue 43 John Joseph Adams et al.
LIGHTSPEED is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF–and fantasy: from epic… More
Adrift in the Noösphere Damien Broderick et al.
In his Foreword, Rich Horton says: “First rate stories…”Time Considered as a Series of Thermite Burns in No Particular Order” is a clever and very funny time travel romp; “The Beancounter’s… More
New Worlds: Before the New Wave, 1960-1964 John Boston et al.
In the mid-1960s, British science fiction and fantasy were convulsed by the “New Wave.” This movement emerged from the SF magazines edited by John Carnell. Such brilliant NEW WORLDS and SCIENCE FANTASY… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #315 Michael Bishop et al.
Special Gods and Dragons Issue: Michael Bishop: The Scope of the Dragon Griaule; Damien Broderick: On Writing, Revisions, and Collaboration; Mike Barrett: Marjorie Lawrence’s Other Fantastic Fiction; Darrell… More
Human’s Burden Damien Broderick et al.
Poor Jack Wong is a clueless cadet at the Unified Space Academy when his pod is stranded on a planet of disgusting aliens. All he wants to do, other than escape, is to fulfill his proud duty to advance Earth Culture’s… More
Valencies Damien Broderick et al.
In the year 4004 AD, the entire universe of habitable worlds has been filled with human beings, thanks to an ancient teleport network and unlimited growth. Humans live on more than a hundred quadrillion terraformed … More
The Third Cat Story Megapack Damien Broderick et al.
Our third offering of kitty delights and delectables features 25 cat stories, 2 nonfiction compilations of cat anecdotes, and 9 poems–but the emphasis overall is decidedly more modern than in our previous cat… More
Post Mortal Syndrome Damien Broderick et al.
immortality, longevity, science fiction, robin cook, michael crichton… More