New York Review of Science Fiction #298 James Patrick Kelly et al.
Special Punks and Geeks Issue: Cyberpunk, then & now; Old-School Cannibals; Gaiman, Eliot, Prufrock, Manson; Leigh Brackett… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #299 Brian Stableford et al.
Special Yesterday’s Tomorrows Issue: Katherine MacLean’s career; French Apocalypses; World War II and Werewolves; The Sunlit Future; Richard Lupoff; August Derlethís Reputation; Yoko Ogawaís… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #301 Thomas Bertonneau et al.
Special First Contacts Issue: Olaf Stapledon’s cosmic marriages, Intruders in peaceful lands, Naked aliens on the prowl, Speculative Poetry & Wiscon, Different readers of horror, Innsmouth’s… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #309 Amy Ransom et al.
Special Unboxed Issue: Amy Ransom; Jean-Claude Dunyach’s Imaginary Worlds; Barbara Bengels on Raising an SF Writer; Jessica Amanda Salmonson: My Friend, Jody Scott; Mark von Schlegell: Jack Vance’s… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #303 Michael Bishop et al.
Special Voyages in Time Issue: Michael Bishop: In Other Deep Times with Steven Utley; Darrell Schweitzer on Classical Thrills; Patrick McGuire: The Strugatskys in mid-life; Don Webb: I Remember Shavermania; Michael… More
New Cthulhu: The Recent Weird Paula Guran et al.
For more than eighty years H.P. Lovecraft has inspired writers of supernatural fiction, artists, musicians, filmmakers, and gaming. His themes of cosmic indifference, the utter insignificance of humankind, minds… 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
Witches Paula Guran et al.
A bewitching brew of stories sure to enchant.
Surrounded by the aura of magic, witches have captured our imaginations for millennia and fascinate us now more than ever. No longer confined to the image of a hexing old crone,… More
Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 27 Robert Reed et al.
The December 2008 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.
This issue features fiction by Robert Reed (“A Woman’s Best Friend”), Don Webb (“Episode 72”) and Karen Heuler (“The Completely… More
A Velvet of Vampyres Don Webb
A VELVET OF VAMPYRES: Tales of Horror, by Don Webb. It’s a “murder” of crows and a “parliament” of owls. For bats, the genus is “velvet,” and hence also for vampires. We … More
Space and Time Magazine Issue #113 Hildy Silverman et al.
Issue 113 of Space and Time Magazine.
This issue features fiction by Adam Corbin Fusco (“Clockwork Looking Glass”) and Catherine Gardner (“Flying Dutchmen”), an interview with Ben Bova,… More
The War with the Belatrin Don Webb
The alien Belatrin are the “Other.” They look like us, they organize their society like ours, yet even the slightest contact with them leads humans to madness. Here are seven encounters from a war in space… More
Webb’s Weird Wild West Don Webb
“In Don Webb’s “”Weird Wild West,”” Henry James avenges his brother Jesse, Robert E. Howard’s serpent people are a modern gang, Satan flies a Zeppelin, and hobos liberate a zebra… More