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
Creatures: Thirty Years of Monsters John Langan et al.
Monsters: As old as the oldest of stories, as new as our latest imaginings. From the ancient stone corridors of the labyrinth to the graffitied alleyways of the contemporary metropolis, they stalk the shadows. Leering… More
War Stories Jaym Gates et al.
War is everywhere. Not only among the firefights, in the sweat dripping from heavy armor and the clenching grip on your weapon, but also wedging itself deep into families, infiltrating our love letters, hovering in … More
Phantom Paul Tremblay et al.
No ax murderers hunting sexy teens . . . no brutal torture for torture’s sake . . . because Phantom goes beyond the scare: Paul Tremblay and Sean Wallace have collected fourteen stories by today’s most thoughtful… More
See the Elephant, Issue Two Diane Glancy et al.
Issue two of See the Elephant: Love and War in the Slipstream, features new stories by Diane Glancy, Karen Heuler, James Van Pelt, Cassandra Khaw, F. Brett Cox, Michael Canfield, Alana I. Capria, Rose Wednesday, Jane… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #330 David Hartwell et al.
Special Memorial Issue, in conjunction with the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts: David G. Hartwell, science fiction’s longest-serving editor and the co-founder of this magazine, … More