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A few thoughts on Worldcons, particularly on not being there, plus a T-shirt design for Hugo Award afficianados
These are the winners of the 1944 Retrospective Hugo Awards
According to the Hugo Awards website, live text coverage of the Retrospective Hugo Awards will being in apprroximately two hours from now - or...
Today - I give in to a bit of societal angst - BUT - I also give you a quiz concerning our One Year Anniversary Special All Fiction, All Color issue!
Our most popular posts from this past week.
We've really gone above and beyond with this, our latest issue. Twice the contents and full color artwork throughout.
Fames SF author Ursula K. Le Guin is featured tonight on PBS' American Masters
Final voting for the awards closes tonight!
Your humble publisher toots his (very large) horn in the interest of insuring that fans are aware of ALL that Amazing Stories has to offer.
A complete summary of Amazing Stories' first year's content (words; art work next), including eligibility notices and links to most author's websites & blogs.
Amazing Stories' publisher's picks for the 2019 Hugo and Retrospective Hugo Awards.
Amazing Stories's NEW look. How I got to watch the Moon Landing, a NASA-worthy mission, fifty years on. A review of our latest issue, listen to the Moon landing in real time and don't forget to check out our Gernsback Machine podcast and our comprehensive convention Events calendar!
Listen in on the Apollo 11 mission as if it were taking place today!
Running in real time - as if the mission were taking place today - right now - you can listen to the Apollo 11 Lunar mission in real time
Bo, the Wonder Dog, tries his hand at posting. We think it beats those "elephant paints abstracts" cold.
Introducing The First Fandom Experience - a thrilling ride into the history of our Fannish Community
SNEAK PEAK: 1st Anniversary ALL FICTION, ALL COLOR issue of Amazing Stories. Plus - a review of FROZEN HELL and commentary on a review of The Future is Female anthology.
Igor's father has some advice for our readers.
Amazing Stories launches a Podcast and, it's an Amazing Podcast
New event added to the calendar for 2020
Out of the eight thousand, eight hundred and forty two (8,842) articles we've published on our site since 2012, these are the posts that were read the most this past week.
Who's the Fan?
Additional functionality has been added to the Events Calendar
Wow! Night launches are always spectacular and this one was no exception. (Unfortunately, the main core missed its landing on the drone ship)
Armstrong on the Moon, Christopher Lee, EmDrive experiments, Latin SF, modern myth, the Illustrated Dune...
Amazing Stories rolls out its Event Calendar. A few thoughts on promoting your event and providing information to the public.
It's the 1960s in Greenwich Village; aliens have invaded and there's a kid in the park creating psychedelic butterflies out of thin air. In other words, just a regular day in the village.
Armstrong Air & Space Museum discusses the importance of science fiction to the development of space flight.
Fandom should be doing a better job at vetting its sponsors and supporters
Amazing Stories cover poster updated at the Armstrong Museum