New York Review of Science Fiction 6-issue Subscription

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This esubscription is for 12 months/6 issues of NYRSF in the format of your choice beginning with the current issue (or the next issue, if you’re already subscribed and renewing).

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About The New York Review of Science Fiction:

The New York Review of Science Fiction has spent the last 30 years reading science fiction and fantasy like they matter.

NYRSF is a monthly critical magazine about science fiction and fantasy, published every month since August 1987. We have been nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine in 22 of the 30 years we have been published. Each issue has more than 20,000 words of commentary on science fiction and fantasy: reviews, critical articles, personal essays, interviews, and other miscelleany and whatnot, covering f&sf from all genera, media, movements, and eras.

Staff include Kevin J. Maroney, Alex Donald, Kris Dikeman, and Avram Grumer, all watched over by guiding spirit David G. Hartwell. Check out our web site for articles, editorials, and other samples.

Go on. You know you want it.

2 Responses to “New York Review of Science Fiction 6-issue Subscription”

  1. I had a subscription to NYRSF at one time, but unfortunately let it lapse. I even wrote a couple of essays for you. Now I want to renew. I am going to use this form to do so, but I’m not sure I’m using it right. So please advise. Thanks.

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