As far as magazines on the news stands goes, nineteen ninety three was not a bad year: Weird Tales managed to get two issue out (not shown because I don’t think the issue from two quarters before would still be on the stands. The magazine was nominally on a quarterly schedule, but only managed to maintain that for half the year.
Omni, Science Fiction Age were still going, as was Aboriginal SF, in addition to the mainstays of Amazing, Analog and F&SF.
Appearing here for the first time is Pirate Writings. This magazine launched as a small-run semi-professional publication, but is included here because it would eventually be re-titled as Fantastic Stories of the Imagination and would associate itself with the earlier Fantastic. While it achieved a remarkable persistence, it never quite achieved its goals.
Nine titles published in 1993, producing a total of 74 issues.