Imaginative stories and poetry by science fiction and fantasy's rising stars including Ken Scholes, Lisa Mantchev, Jude-Marie Green, Yoon Ha Lee, Jay Lake, Justin Stanchfield, and more.
Albedo One is Ireland's longest-running and foremost magazine of the Fantastic. This magazine publishes stories of both Irish and international authors which push at the boundaries of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror.
Amazing Stories was originally published in 1926 and was the world's first science fiction magazine. Its owner, publisher and first editor was Hugo Gernsback who has been called the Father of Science Fiction. Now it's back again, in a new format, with a bright new future awaiting it.
Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. Analog has been home to many of science fiction's foremost writers and stories. Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, Poul Anderson, Spider Robinson, Lois McMaster Bujold, and Michael F. Flynn are just a few of the prominent names which have often appeared.
Each issue of this popular science fiction & fantasy magazine contains over 40,000 words of fiction, articles, interviews, reviews and editorial. Published every 2 months, Andromeda Spaceways has an enviable reputation for regularity.
Ansible is David Langford's infamous British SF/fan newsletter, published since 1979.
Apex Publications started as a tingle in the mind of Jason Sizemore during the month of November in the year 2004. Having been a fan of the small press scene for several years, he noticed a lack of a certain type of fiction: Science-Horror.
Arc, a new publication from the makers of New Scientist, explores the future through cutting-edge science fiction and forward-looking essays by some of the world’s most celebrated authors, alongside columns by thinkers and practitioners from the worlds of books, design, gaming, film and more.
Asimov's Science Fiction features novellas, novelettes, short stories, poems, and fact-based articles by the genre's leading authors. Larry Niven, Robert Silverberg, Geoffrey Landis, Eleanor Arnason, James Patrick Kelly, and Kage Baker, are some of the magazine's stellar contributors.
Aurealis is an Australian semiprozine that has published a number of stories by the new stars of Australian science fiction. Issues are very Australian, including Australian-related SF news and reviews of Australian SF.
Bastion Science Fiction Magazine delivers you amazing works of the strange and fantastic on the first of every month. Each issue will contain 8 to 10 original short stories. Our immediate goal for our young magazine is to establish a solid reader base so our contributors can get paid professional rates for their work.
Beneath Ceaseless Skies is an online magazine dedicated to publishing the best in literary adventure fantasy.
Black Gate is a quarterly magazine of epic fantasy fiction. It publishes reviews and original short stories from the best names in adventure fantasy. Black Gate covers virtually every aspect of modern print fantasy - books, comics, adventure gaming, role playing games, and much more.
Black Static is a horror magazine that has earned much praise for its style, bravery, editorial and fiction content. Its stories are innovative and daring, never afraid to shock or disturb yet never forget to entertain.
Bull Spec is a professionally - and royalty -paying speculative fiction market and quarterly print magazine with DRM-free, commons-friendly e-books and audiobooks available for "donate what you like" in English, Spanish, French, and Chinese, based in Durham, NC, US.
The Bulletin is a quarterly magazine produced by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA).
Stories based in reality, tinged with a little unearthly influence, generally in the form of: a hinted-at flying object, a disembodied spirit, a conspiracy or cult, or just an ol' fashioned case of Good versus demon-monsters from Hell. Think Twilight Zone in prose, and only slightly less weird…
Cemetery Dance is the World Fantasy Award-winning magazine of horror, dark mystery, and suspense. Each issue is packed with 100 to 140 pages of short stories, articles, columns, interviews, news, and reviews!
Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006. Each issue contains at least two pieces of original fiction from new and established authors.
Crossed Genres is a monthly SF/F magazine that works a bit differently than most magazines. Every month, a new theme is chosen as the Current Genre; for that month, all submissions must combine that theme with some aspect of Science Fiction or Fantasy.
We publish "science fiction" in the broad sense of the word: This includes sci-fi, fantasy, slipstream-- whatever you'd likely find in the science fiction section of your local bookstore. Our stories are mostly short short fiction (flash fiction) each Monday through Thursday, hopefully the right length to read on a coffee break, over lunch, or as a bedtime tale. Friday's weekend stories are longer.
THE DARK is a bimonthly online magazine of dark and strange fiction which debuted in the Fall of 2013, publishing strong names in dark fiction.
Chris Garcia's Hugo Award winning Drink Tank is his first attempt, failed or otherwise, at doing his own fanzine. It will regularly feature articles on filmmaking, short films, SF that he's read, cons he's hit, and folks he respects/hates.
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, founded in 1949, is the award-winning SF magazine which is the original publisher of SF classics like Stephen King's Dark Tower, Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon, and Walter M. Miller's A Canticle for Leibowitz.
Fantasy Scroll Mag is a quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. We publish short fiction from our contributors four times per year, and one annual anthology.
A fiction vortex is a tornado of stories that pick you up and hurl you through a barn to find enlightenment on the other side. It’s a whirlpool of fascinating tales so compelling that they suck you in, drag you down to the bottom of your mind and drown you with incessant waves of glorious imagery and believable characters.
Foundation is the essential critical review of science fiction, and is published three times a year by the Science Fiction Foundation. It is peer-reviewed.
Galaxy's Edge is a bi-monthly online magazine published every January, March, May, July, September and November. The magazine is free for online viewing. Downloads are available for nominal fees from a variety of different venues. A paper edition is available from many online venues, including Amazon.com.
GUD (pronounced "good") is Greatest Uncommon Denominator, a print/pdf magazine with two hundred pages of literary and genre fiction, poetry, art, and articles.
HelloHorror is an online literary journal and blog dedicated to finding true fear. You may find blood, guts and gore in the pages of our selected works, but most importantly, you will find true fear.
We want, in some small way, to illumine the geography of the imagination. We want to grope about for its borders, its elevations and contours. We'll do this by sharing the jewels we stumble across along the way, tossing these beacons up into the digital firmament, the better to see each other by.
We publish original short fiction inspired by Lovecraft’s writing, especially fiction that explores interesting, novel settings and characters juxtaposed with Lovecraft’s original fiction.
International Speculative Fiction (“ISF”) is an e-zine with free online distribution every 3 months featuring Speculative Fiction of International authors, especially non-anglophone. ISF will publish 3 to 4 short stories per number, as well as one article and one interview!
Founded in 1982, Interzone has maintained its position as one of the world's leading professional Science Fiction and Fantasy magazines, nominated for a Hugo many years running and winning in 1995.
James Gunn’s Ad Astra combines the best parts of creative magazines and scholarly journals and brings them to Web. This site will showcase the imaginations of creators and fans, and will show the research and study of scholars inspired by speculative fiction.
LCRW is a paper-based fiction delivery system which is published twice a year.
Leading Edge is a semi-professional speculative fiction magazine produced at Brigham Young University. We have had many authors and former staff members go out into the publishing world and find great success, such as Dave Wolverton, Brandon Sanderson, and Dan Wells.
Lightspeed is an online magazine focusing exclusively on science fiction. Here you can expect to see all types of science fiction, from near-future, sociological soft sf, to far-future, star-spanning hard sf, and anything and everything in between.
Locus Magazine, covering the science fiction and fantasy field since 1968, is a monthly magazine for news of the Science Fiction publishing field with extensive reviews and listings of new science fiction books and magazines.
LONTAR is a literary journal of Southeast Asian speculative fiction in English, published and distributed by Math Paper Press in Singapore.
The on-going mission of Luna Station Quarterly is to display the vast and varied talents of female speculative fiction writers. We hope you enjoy the stories within. Please be sure to check out our author's profiles to learn where you can read more of their work.
Midnight Echo magazine the official magazine of the Australian Horror Writers Association. Each issue contains more than 100 pages of horror (or dark) fiction, poetry, art, comics, columns, articles, book releases, and more! The magazine is released in a limited print edition and in digital format.
Mythic Delirium is a biannual journal that publishes science fiction, fantasy, horror, surreal and cross-genre poetry.
Let Neo-opsis magazine entertain you with fun and interesting stories, written from the perspective of science and fantasy. Read informative articles on science and nature. Check out the Science and Science Fiction news articles. Enjoy book and movie reviews.
Semiprozine published monthly since 1988 featuring reviews and essays, and features of interest to the entire community of readers and writers of science fiction and associated genres.
Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In Nightmare's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. No subject is off-limits, and we will be encouraging our writers to take chances with their fiction and push the envelope.
Original speculative fiction and poetry - fantasy, horror, ghost stories, fairy stories, magic realism, etc.
One Throne is an online literary magazine published quarterly. Our goal is to showcase the foremost in writing, spanning genres, and running the gamut from elegant prose to plot-driven stories to speculative fiction.
Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show is an online fantasy and science fiction magazine. We are a bi-monthly publication featuring content from both established as well as talented new authors.
Perihelion began in 1967 as a print publication, resurrected last year as an ezine. Perihelion features from 8 to 10 brand-new stories every month, articles, comic strips, reviews, and more. Specializing in "hard" science fiction.
Each and every issue of Postscripts magazine features around 60,000 words of fiction (SF, Fantasy, Horror and Crime / Suspense), plus a guest editorial, book reviews and occasional non fiction.
We publish contemporary fantasy short stories, with a few ventures into science fiction or horror, and the stories tend to be tinged with sorrow (though we’re not averse to the occasional funny tale).
Shock Totem is a bi-annual dark fantasy and horror publication. Our first issue was published in July of 2009. We focus on the one thing that matters most: the story. Back to basics. Each issue features fiction that we, as readers, enjoy. Within our pages, new and established authors are equals.
At Shoreline of Infinity we want stories that explore the uncertain future. We want to play around with the big ideas and the little ones. We want writers to tell us stories to inspire us, give us hope, provide some laughs. Or to scare the stuffing out of us. We want good stories: we want to be entertained, here on the Shoreline.
Whether you are new to the magazine, or have been with us since our inception 40 years ago, we are proud to provide you with this source of great fantasy, horror, and science fiction.
SQ Mag is an international speculative fiction ezine, which publishes the best of its fiction in an annual print and ebook anthology. We strive to present the highest standard fantasy, horror and science fiction, and that is why we will publish no more than nine pieces of fiction each edition, and often less.
Star*Line is the official newsletter and network instrument of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. It is a bimonthly forum for SF/F/H/Spec. poets and poetry enthusiasts and features market news, interviews, articles, reviews, member news and letters, association business, and poetry.
Strange Horizons is a weekly web-based magazine of and about speculative fiction. The term "speculative fiction" refers to what is more commonly known as "sci-fi," but which properly embraces science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, slipstream, and a host of sub-genres.
Quarterly fiction magazine from Subterranean Press.
Tales of the Unanticipated is a journal of speculative fiction, fantasy, horror, and stories that you just wouldn't anticipate. Tales of the Unanticipated is currently published annually.
Tangent was resurrected in July of 1993 with the purpose (crazy and impossible some said, since no one in the history of science fiction had attempted it before) of reviewing as much of the professional short fiction venues in the fields of science-fiction and fantasy as possible.
Uncanny is an online Science Fiction and Fantasy magazine featuring passionate SF/F fiction and poetry, gorgeous prose, provocative nonfiction, and a deep investment in the diverse SF/F culture.
Vector is the critical journal of the British Science Fiction Association.
Weird Tales is the place where two storytelling concepts meet: speculative and alternative. Weird Tales was launched to showcase writers trying to publish stories so bizarre and far out, no one else would publish them — stories of unearthly dimensions and dark possibilities, gothic seductresses and cosmic monstrosities.