Beneath Ceaseless Skies

• Literary adventure fantasy, since 2008; publisher and editor-in-chief Scott H. Andrews
• Format: Online; PDF and ebook formats
• Frequency: biweekly

January 2012
Issue 86
• Issue 86 has stories by Marissa Lingen and E. Catherine Tobler, and an audio podcast by Seth Dickinson.

(Fri 20 Jan 2012)

The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America

• Articles and columns about sf and fantasy writing, by subscription (not limited to SFWA members), since 196?; current editor Mark Kreighbaum
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Bimonthly

Winter 2012
Issue 196, Vol. 46 No. 1, $6.95, 56pp, cover art by Debbie Hughes
• Features in this issue include a profile of Robert M. Price, an essay on being a good guest by Lee Martindale, an article on researching firearms by Janet Daver-Pack, and an article on horror slush piles by Maurice Broaddus.
• Columns include Cynthia Ward’s Market Report; a “Conventional Wisdom” column by Jody Lynn Nye and Bill Fawcett, in which they interview Gene Wolfe about conventions; William C. Dietz’ “Words for Hire” column; Steve Carper’s “Writers’ Bloc” column, on copyright; Mike Resnick & Barry Malzberg’s latest Dialogue, “Same Old Water, New Sharks”; an interview by Nancy Holder and Erin Underwood with Neil Gaiman, and “Sue Dee Nym” ‘s “Agent Anonymous”.

(Fri 13 Jan 2012)

Intergalactic Medicine Show

• Fiction and interviews, since 2005; publisher and executive editor Orson Scott Card, editor Edmund R. Schubert
• Format: Online, subscription access
• Frequency: Bimonthly

January 2012
Issue 26, cover art by Anna Repp
• Stories in this issue are by Tony Pi, Niall Francis McMahon, K.G. Jewell, Amanda C. Davis, and Brontops Baruq.
• There’s also an excerpt from Orson Scott Card’s Ruins, a YA story by David Lubar, and an interview with Carrie Vaughn by Darrell Schweitzer.

(Fri 20 Jan 2012)

The New York Review of Science Fiction

• Essays and reviews, published since 1988; edited by David G. Hartwell, Kathryn Cramer, et al.
• Format: Print
• Frequency: Monthly

December 2011
Issue 280, Vol. 24 No. 4, $5, 24pp
• This special “October & Atrocity” issue features an essay by Tom Vaine about J.G. Ballard’s The Atrocity Exhibition, and an essay by Christopher S. Kovacs about Roger Zelazny’s A Night in the Lonesome October.
• Other essays are by Victoria Balloon, interviewing Thomas Clareson; Brian Aldiss, on William Golding; Ron Drummon, on Joanna Russ; and Michael Swanwick, on Will Jenkins.
• Reviews, by Jen Gunnels, Darrell Schweitzer, Peter Rawlik, Edward James, and Dan’l Danehy-Oakes, cover a play, a film, and books by Tem, Egan, Strahan, and Weber.
• David G. Hartwell’s editorial discusses various recent changes, including the change of printer that caused this issue to be delayed.

(Wed 18 Jan 2012)

SF Site

• Reviews, interviews, feature, links; published by Rodger Turner since 1997
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Semi-monthly

mid-January 2012
• This issue features an invitation to Vote for SF Site’s Readers’ Choice Awards for 2011.
• Reviews include Trent Walters on Paul Di Filippo, Seamus Sweeney on Kafkaesque, Richard A. Lupoff on Peter Cannon, Nathan Brazil on Ari Marmell, among others.
• There are also magazine and audiobook reviews, and columns by Neil Walsh and Rick Klaw & Mark London Williams.

(Fri 20 Jan 2012)


• Journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA); edited by Marge Simon

Oct.-Dec. 2011
Issue 34.4, $5, 52pp, cover art by Denny E. Marshall
• This issue has poetry by Michael Fosburg, G.O. Clark, David Lunde, Robert Borski, and many others, plus a separate “Interplay” section guest-edited by Elissa Malcohn, with works by Greg Beatty, Geoffrey A. Landis, Robert Frazier, and many others.
• Features include a short editorial by Marge Simon, a President’s Message by David C. Kopaska-Merkel, a new “Stealth SF” column by Denise Dumars, small press reviews, and a con report by Elissa Malcohn.

(Mon 16 Jan 2012)

Strange Horizons

• Fiction, art, articles, poetry, and reviews; founded September 2000; editor-in-chief Susan Marie Groppi through 2010, Niall Harrison beginning 2011
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Weekly; reviews posted three times a week

January 2012
• Posts so far this month include three stories: MonitorBot and the King of Pop by Jessica Barber, In the Cold by Kelly Jennings, and Recognizing Gabe: un cuento de hadas by Alberto Yáñez.
• There’s also a column about kipple by Matthew Cheney, a column about gaming by Robyn Fleming, poetry by Shannon Connor Winward, Michele Bannister, and Tony Grist, and reviews, including 2011 In Review with comments from Niall Harrison, L. Timmel Duchamp, Roz Kaveney, Paul Kincaid, Farah Mendlesohn, Adam Roberts, and many others.

(Fri 20 Jan 2012)