The second of a three part series in which Scide Splitters examines humorous stories eligible for the 1941 Retro Hugos Awards.
Steve begins a series of columns examining Amazing Stories’ first full year of publishing!
Hunting Monsters Is My Business – The Mordecai Slate Stories is an action packed collection reminiscent to the pulp classic dime store novels with a morbid twist of supernatural mystery and intrigue.
The short story Mr. Spaceship gives readers plenty to think about with its unique twist on the self-aware machine. How far can and should man go to preserve civilization?
December’s top posts
A Pride of Lions is an action filled story with unforgiving realism where nobody is safe and the future of mankind rests in the hands of one determined woman with an agenda.
A summary of some of our more recent posts, translated into Italian.
Into the Comet by Arthur C. Clarke is one of the writer’s many short story looks at futuristic problems where the solutions may come from the most basic of means.
Introducing AMAZING STORIES CLASSICS – reprints from the golden age of Amazing Stories magazine!
The first volume in a proposed 50 volume set of yearbooks devoted to the history of science fiction.
Futures Past Editions unveils AMAZING STORIES CLASSICS!
The first science fiction story authored by a woman to appear in a science fiction magazine. FuturesPast Editions Amazing Stories Classic reprint of Clare Winger Harris’ THE FATE OF THE POSEIDONIA
The FINAL Paul Poll. Pick your favorite!
The winner’s of the fourth Pick Your Favorite Paul Poll are announced.
Frank M. Robinson’s special award ceremony WILL be rescheduled!
The last of our four preliminary polls to choose our favorite Frank R. Paul Amazing Stories cover.
And the winners are in for the second Pick Your Favorite Frank R. Paul Amazing Stories cover Illo!
Amazing Stories licenses name to Open Road Brands, LLC
Today we say our good byes to the 88th anniversary issue of Amazing Stories
Amazing Stories licenses name for classic stories reprint line
Pick Your Favorite Paul Poll #2 April 1927 thru March 1928
Read Michael A. Burstein’s Cosmic Corkscrew in Amazing Stories 88th Anniversary Issue.
We’ve got a new issue coming – surprise!
Ralph 124C41+ was the first modern american science fiction novel, written by the father of science fiction, Hugo Gernsback, and published in installments in his Modern Electrics magazine in 1911. One of our contributors acquired a 1st edition decades ago and it is now going up on the auction block.
Amazing Stories is now 88 years old. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
An announcement concerning Agberg, and reviews of the latest fanzine releases
The works of Jules Verne is synonymous with the classic stories represented in Amazing Stories over the many years. So any time the topic of Verne arises, the interest from the true fan will always be peaked. The graphic novel Voyages into the Deep – The Saga of Jules Verne and Captain Nemo peaked that interest.
Mr. Cameron examines and discusses the FIRST Moon Hoax (the one that faked a populated world, as opposed to the later one that proposed a depopulated, unvisited world) and makes comparisons between journalism in the 1800s and reality television of today.
Science Fiction Clubs – many still going strong since 1935! The SF genre has the hardest working (and original) fans in the biz!
Egoboo can be found in all kinds of strange places – including science fiction conventions!