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This page lists all science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazines seen this month (mostly received for review). For a comprehensive listing of magazines published each month, see Locus Magazine.

New Issues Seen: 11 - 30 November

Albedo One -- Issue 20, £2.95, 43pp. Irish small press magazine of SF/FH. Special Patricia Anthony issue, with an interview, a survey of her works, and a new short story. Plus fiction by Liz Williams, F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre, Ceri Jordan, and Noel K. Hannan. Cover by Jean-Claude Davreux. (website) (Mon 29 Nov 1999)

Analog Science Fiction and Fact -- Vol. 120 No. 1, Jan 2000, $4.50, 192pp. 70th anniversary jumbo-sized issue, with fiction by Hal Clement (set on the planet of Mission of Gravity), James Gunn, Stephen L. Burns, David Brin, Pauline Ashwell, Ben Bova, Larry Niven, Brian C. Coad, and Pete D. Manison. Science article by John D. Trudel; features by Michael A. Burstein, Mike Resnick, Jack Williamson. Plus the usual departments; Jay Kay Klein's Biolog is on Hal Clement. Cover by Kelly Freas. (website) (Sun 21 Nov 1999)

Asimov's Science Fiction -- Issue 288, Vol. 24 No. 1, January 2000, $3.50, 144pp. Novella by William Barton, novelettes by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Kage Baker, and Jim Cowen, short stories by Stephen Baxter and Therese Pieczynski, poetry by G.O. Clark. Plus Robert Silverberg's Reflections column, and book reviews by Peter Heck. Cover by Fred Gambino. (website) (Sun 21 Nov 1999)

Cemetery Dance -- Issue 32, $4, 96pp. Magazine of dark mystery, suspense, and horror, with fiction by Peter Straub, Joe R. Lansdale, F. Paul Wilson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Gary A. Braunbeck, and Chaz Brenchley. Interviews with Peter Crowther and F. Paul Wilson. Plus a feature review of Straub's Mr. X, and other reviews by Peter Jonas, Bill Sheehan, etc. Cover by Alan Clark. (website) (Fri 12 Nov 1999)

Eidolon -- Issue 28, Vol. 7 No. 2, Winter 1999, 132pp. The Journal of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Fiction by Chris Lawson, Paul Hassing, Marianne de Pierres, etc.; nonfiction includes an interview with artist Shaun Tan, a long 'Foundations' article by Greg Egan about black holes, replete with diagrams and equations, an essay about American editors' perceptions of international SF, and reviews. Cover by R&D Studios. (website) (Sat 13 Nov 1999)

Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet -- Vol. 3 No. 2, $3, 40pp. Small press magazine produced at irregular intervals; ''an occasional outburst''. Gathered and hunted by Gavin J. Grant and Kelly Link, with fiction and poetry by Christopher Barzak, Kelly Link, Tim Emswiler, Robert Frazier, etc. Plus book reviews, music notes, etc. (No website) (Mon 22 Nov 1999)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction -- Vol. 98 No. 1 (whole #580) , Jan 2000, $3.50, 162pp. Novelets by Esther M. Friesner, Amy Sterling Casil, Dale Bailey; short stories by John Whitbourn, S.N. Dyer, Rand B. Lee, and David Langford. Paul Di Filippo contributes both a 'Plumage from Pegasus' vignette and a 'Curiosities' piece about M.R. James. Gregory Benford's science column offers a preview of 21st century media stories. Charles de Lint reviews the Harry Potter books and others; Elizabeth Hand reviews Mr. X and others by Peter Straub. Cover by Kent Bash. (website) (Mon 29 Nov 1999)

The New York Review of Science Fiction -- Issue 135, Vol. 12 No. 3, November 1999, $3.50, 24pp. A cinematic issue with Steve Mohn writing on The Blair Witch Project, both Ian Watson and A. Iwanow writing about Stanley Kubrick and Eyes Wide Shut, and a Terry Bisson scenario called ''Pleasantville Monster Project''. Also, reviews of books by Kim Stanley Robinson, Ken MacLeod, Charles de Lint, Stephen R. Donaldson, Richard Grant, A.E. van Vogt, etc. Michael Swanwick is up to Y. (website) (Tue 16 Nov 1999)

Star*Line -- Issue 22.6, Nov/Dec 1999, 20pp. SF, fantasy, and horror poetry by Nancy Bennett, W. Gregory Stewart, G.O. Clark, Jack Hill, etc.; plus small press reviews, market news, and the announcement that the SF Poetry Association's Grand Master Award is presented to Bruce Boston. (website) (Mon 15 Nov 1999)

The Urbanite -- Issue 11, Fall 1999, $5, 56pp. Surreal, lively, bizarre fiction and poetry by Jo Fletcher, Jeffrey Osier, John Pelan, Alexa deMonterice, Michael McCarty, etc. Polyunsaturated editing by Mark McLaughlin; ingredients include bananas, ouzo, irony, sausages, milk, sarcasm, and much more. (No website) (Tue 16 Nov 1999)

New Issues Seen: 1 - 10 November

Amazing Stories -- Issue 599, Vol. 71 No. 4, Winter 2000, $4.95, 112pp. Fiction includes a Babylon 5 tie-in story by J. Michael Straczynski (as well as an interview with JMS and a list of B5 novels); a Dark Matter story by Monte Cook (plus a DM game by Rich Baker and Bill Slavicsek); and independent fiction by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Howard Waldrop, Elizabeth Braswell, Cory Doctorow, Frederik Pohl (conclusion of a 2-part Heechee novella begun previous issue), and Paul Di Filippo. Departments include a look at the future of Star Trek by John Scott Lewinski, an essay on classics by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, book reviews by John C. Bunnell, and game reviews by Lester Smith. Cover by Cliff Nielsen. (website) (Wed 10 Nov 1999)

Century -- Issue 5, Winter 2000, $6, 95pp. New issue of the literary quarterly edited by Robert K.J. Killheffer (more than three years after the previous issue); this new issue debuted at the World Fantasy Convention earlier this month. Fiction by F. Brett Cox, Ben Miller, J.R. Dunn, Dave Hoing, Karen Jordan Allen, Greer Gilman. Associate editor is Jenna A. Felice; design by Bryan Cholfin (whose Crank! is defunct). The magazine has a new website: (Sat 6 Nov 1999)

Interzone -- Issue 149, Nov 1999, £3.00, 67pp. Fiction by Kim Newman, Paul Park, Helen Patrice, David Gill, Paul McAuley. Robert J. Sawyer is interviewed by David Mathew. Gary Westfahl writes about himself and the Internet. Plus, film reviews by Nick Lowe, David Langford's Ansible Link, book reviews by Chris Gilmore et al, and David Pringle's editorial about Interzone's new website. Cover by Dominic Harman. (website) (Fri 5 Nov 1999)

The New York Review of Science Fiction -- Issue 134, Vol. 12 No. 2, October 1999, $3.50, 24pp. Joe Sanders analyzes Michael Bishop's No Enemy but Time; Michael Andre-Driussi analyzes John Crowley's four story collection Novelty and asserts it as a blueprint for Crowley's novel Ægypt. Suzy McKee Charnas is interviewed by Dunja Mohr. Reviews of books by Harry Turtledove, Peter Watts, and of Canadian SF. David G. Hartwell editorializes about Australia, New Zealand, and late NYRSF managing editor Tad Dembinski. Michael Swanwick reaches X. (website) (Mon 1 Nov 1999)

Nova Science Fiction -- $6, 59pp. Amateur fiction magazine published and edited by Wesley Kawato, with fiction by the editor, Dan Lea, Robert Alley & Ron Cron. Subscriptions $24 for four issues to 17983 Paseo Del Sol, Chino Hills CA 91709-3947. (No website) (Sat 6 Nov 1999)

Talebones -- Issue 17, Fall 1999, $4.50, 80pp. Fiction by Beverly Suarez-Bear, M. Christian, Carrie Vaughn, Vera Searles, Gene Stewart, Bruce Holland Rogers, Karen Z. Perry. Vonda N. McIntyre is interviewed by Ken Rand. Departments include book reviews by Ed Bryant, Janna Silverstein, etc. Cover by Alan M. Clark. (website) (Thu 4 Nov 1999)

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