Infinity Science Fiction published a Hugo Award winning short story in its debut issue, a feat not often repeated.
Another “blast” from my personal past and another happy discovery on the newsstand (and another magazine I purchased 2 copies of – because the news seller only had two on the stand). Let me share […]
A bit of a surprise debut (for me), Science Fiction Age took the field by storm in the early 90s.
Almost from the very beginning, spaceships have appeared on the covers of science fiction magazine. Here’s a gallery of them, drawn from the V1N1 collection.
Today, a magazine at the top of the markets, Asimov’s Science Fiction, formerly known as Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine.
From the people who threatened to shoot a dog if they didn’t buy their magazine – National Lampoon’s Sci-Fi Edition
Barry Malzberg’s depiction of Izzinius Fox, fabled collector of Tremensous Stories magazine, is sarcastically spot on
An interesting late 80s semi-professional title that rose to prominence
Omni, a highly successful magazine from the publishers of Penthouse.
Hugo Gernsback’s last go at a science fiction magazine – Science Fiction Plus
One of the many magazine titles feature “Future” in its name, this one from Australia!
SF/F’s First Female Lead Editor – Mary Gnaedinger – is at the helm of this publication.
The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told, the second longest SF magazine title
New World’s companion magazine – Science Fantasy, from 1950.
Continuing with our excursion across the Big Pond – Nova Science Fiction Novels
From Fanzine to original paperback anthology and much in-between, New Worlds had two influential editors (Carnell, Moorcock) and championed with New Wave movement.
Marvel Science Stories is a direct ancestor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So you’ve got an SF pulp magazine to either praise or hold accountabel.
Amazing Science Stories reprinted reprints from Thrills Incorporated and then went away
Odyssey, from Roger Elwood, was fortunately short-lived.
Today, a reprint magazine goes from criticized to collectible in fifty years!
A look at one of the earliest British SF magazines, including a few words on international rivalry
A brief look at an historical science fiction magazine
Barbie actually went to space!
Cartoonist and author Trina Robbins—the first woman to draw Wonder Woman—began reading at the age of four. But she began drawing even earlier. “It was as soon as I could hold a crayon in my […]
Attention all science fiction and fantasy fans! The Amazing Stories website has just opened an Etsy store, packed with all sorts of Amazing goodies for you to enjoy. At the Amazing Stories Store on Etsy, […]
If you happen to be traveling near Tulsa, OK, then you might want to stop in and visit Buck Atoms Cosmic Curios, on Route 66 naturally! Located on the site of a 1950s PEMCO gas […]
Vancouver, BC (Canada) artist Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk has created a unique 2023 calendar featuring her one-of-a-kind “bot” sculptures made from upcycled metal parts!