• New York Review of Science Fiction #293
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    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.

    ISSUE #293 January… More

  • New York Review of Science Fiction #283
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    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 #273
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    New York Review of Science Fiction #273 Michael Swanwick et al.

    The Moderns: Philip Dick’s Greek family; synthetic conversations; space stations; Swanwick in and on Russia; and sf and the interdisciplinary conquest of knowledge; and reviews.… More

  • Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 32
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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 32 Kelly Link et al.

    Stories of beasties and strange places, long, long journeys, and questions, so many questions. Also: Nicole Kimberling’s lovely food column looks at white asparagus and we kick off the issue with A. B. Robinson’s… More

  • New York Review of Science Fiction #330
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    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

  • Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 35
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    Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 35 Kelly Link et al.

    December 2016 · paper edition 56pp · Ebook ISBN: 9781618731388

    The most popular zine to be published on this day on this planet in this language. Probably. Three million years from now a thought form called oufaobf … More