This week Steve jumps back and forth in his reviews. Back to the early part of the century, forward from there to the ‘sixties, and back (forward) to the present! Are you confused? Well, I think we all are at this point.
Steve finishes his “time machine” with a look at the final three issues of Amazing’s first full year.
Steve continues his look at the first full year of Amazing Stories. This week it’s the third quarter of 1926.
Steve begins a series of columns examining Amazing Stories’ first full year of publishing!
The FINAL Paul Poll. Pick your favorite!
The winner’s of the fourth Pick Your Favorite Paul Poll are announced.
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!
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Pick Your Favorite Paul Poll #2 April 1927 thru March 1928
And the winners are in!
Steve Davidson continues his examination of Stanley G. Weinbaum’s ground breaking tale – A Martian Odyssey.
R. Graeme Cameron visits the past, accompanied by a science fiction’s Number 1 Fan.
At the young age of 20, science fiction icon Jack Williamson wrote his first short story The Metal Man and welcomed readers to a new literary brilliance that would be enjoyed by generations to come. We take a look at this historic tale.
The events in Boston at the beginning of this week were an awful tragedy and, naturally all our hearts go out to the victims. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the US and, […]
UPDATE: See below for a new release from Eric Brown Frank R Paul interior art for sale The Man of Bronze is Back Lightspeed’s latest issue The Serene Invasion Frank Wu sent along a note […]
On Tuesday Steve Davidson, the publisher of Amazing Stories, was interviewed by Sarah Earle for a feature in the Concord Monitor, one of New Hampshire’s leading daily newspapers. Davidson and others involved with the project […]
When people think about science fiction the first thing they usually visualize are spaceships (or green skinned women in shiny bikinis, but that may just be me). The spaceship has been a ubiquitous part of […]
M. D. Jackson has been drawing since he could first hold a pencil. He has been writing for so long that he has, in fact, developed an alternate personality named Jack to handle the fiction.
His work has appeared in numerous magazines and on the front covers of many books as well as in the pages of Amazing Stories Magazine. You can also see a lot of it at his gallery.