Issue 11, 2007, $6/C$8, 78pp
Quarterly horror magazine, published since 2002; editor/publisher Dave Lindschmidt
This issue has fiction by Hunter C. Eden, Ted Kosmatka, Blaise Bienvenue, and J.T. Glover.
Nonfiction includes articles by Lisa Agnew about Mary Shelley and about lobotomies; music reviews by Mason jones; a film review (Vacancy) by Matthew Dean Hill; book reviews by Tim Janson; a game review by Marc Shayed; and an interview with Sheri Moon Zombie.
The magazine's website has a partial table of contents.
Issue 213, Dec 2007, £3.75, 64pp, cover art by Kenn Brown
SF magazine, currently bimonthly, published since 1982, co-founded by David Pringle; edited since 2004 by Andy Cox
This issue has fiction by Chris Roberson, Benjamin Rosenbaum, John Phillip Olsen, Jason Stoddard, Steve Bein, Aliette de Bodard.
Features and departments include David Langford's "Ansible Link" news and gossip; a report on Nippon 2007 by John Paul Catton; an interview with Gary Gibson; Tony Lee's DVD reviews; book reviews by John Clute, covering Christopher Barzak and others; and additional book reviews by Paul Kincaid, Peter Loftus, and others.
The publisher's website has this blog entry with a description of the contents.
Issue 2, 2007, £6.99, 82pp
Quarterly magazine of graphic speculative fiction, edited by Matt Wallace and Gill Ainsworth; debuted 2007
Second issue of a "quarterly anthology of graphically dark speculative fiction".
Contents are a mix of prose and graphic works, by AR Yngve, Stan Nicholls, Hannah Davey, Katherine Patterson, Jason Sizemore, and others. Note that page numbers on the printed table of contents are incorrect; the correct TOC is posted here as a large PDF file.
Features include an editorial by Publishing Editor Terry Martin, and an interview with The Real Space Dude.
Vol. 9 No. 1, 2007, $16.95/C$19.25, 304pp, cover art by Julie Heffernan
Quarterly literary journal published in Portland, Oregon.
Special issue of the quarterly literary journal, titled "Fantastic Women", with stories by Aimee Bender, Shelley Jackson, Kelly Link, Lydia Millet, and many others. There's also an essay by Rick Moody, "The Angela Carter Workshop, Providence, Rhode Island".
The magazine's website has this table of contents, with links to an excerpt of Lucy Corin's story and the complete text of Kelly Link's "Light".
The issue has its own ISBN number and is available directly from Amazon, where it's ranked as one of Amazon's Best Books of 2007: Science Fiction and Fantasy.
Issue 346, Vol. 62 No. 4, Sep/Oct 2007, $5.95/C$7.95, 96pp, cover art by Wä, Laura chter
Dark fantasy magazine, published since 1923; currently published quarterly, edited by George H. Scithers, Darrell Schweitzer, & John Betancourt
Fiction in this issue is by William Markly O'Neal, Holly Phillips, Phil Brucato, Tanith Lee, Mary Catelli, Ken Scholes, and Barth Anderson. There's also poetry by Kendall Evans.
Features include "Weirdism", in which guest columnist Paul M. Berger discusses "The Year of Ninja Spiders", and interviews with Mike Carey and Sephera Giron.
Columns and Departments include an editorial; letters from readers; and book reviews by Scott Connors, covering Dan Simmons, Jeffrey Thomas, and others.
The magazine's website has this page about the issue, with the table of contents.