Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine

• Australian humorous and light-hearted SF and fantasy, since June 2002; editors rotate.
• Format: Print and PDF
• Frequency: Quarterly

December 2011
Issue 53, Vol. 10 No. 1, A$12.95, 168pp, cover art by Nico Photos
• This magazine’s 53rd issue, edited by Patty Jansen, has fiction by Gary Cuba, B G Hilton, R P L Johnson, Marissa Lingen, Clare M Clerkin-Russell, Lee Blevins, Krista hoeppner Leahy, and others.
• Poetry is by Alexandra Seidel.
• Nonfiction includes an interview with Jo Anderton, and book reviews by Edwina Harvey.
• The magazine’s website has this post about the issue.

(Wed 14 Mar 2012)

Apex Magazine

• Quarterly magazine of SF and horror, since 2005; current editor Lynne M. Thomas
• Format: Online; Ebook formats
• Frequency: Quarterly

March 2012
Issue 34, cover art by Julie Dillon
• This issue has stories by Richard Bowes and Mari Ness, plus a “classic revisited” by Jay Lake.
• Nonfiction includes an editorial, an interview with Jay Lake, and an essay on queer speculative fiction by Julia Rios.

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)

Beneath Ceaseless Skies

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

March 2012
Issue 90
• This issue has Chris Willrich and Anne Ivy, interviews with both authors, and an audio podcast of Willrich’s story.
Issue 89 had stories by Grace Seybold and Justin Howe.
Issue 88 had stories by Geoffrey Maloney and David Milstein.

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)


• SF and fantasy fiction, nonfiction, and podcasts, since 2006; publisher/editor Neil Clarke, non-fiction editor Cheryl Morgan
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Monthly

March 2012
Issue 66, cover art by Sergio Diaz
• This issue has stories by Margaret Ronald, Michael John Grist, and Gary Kloster.
• Nonfiction includes interviews with Nathan Long and John R. Fultz, an editorial, and an essay by E.C. Ambrose on “The Romance of Ruins”.
• There are two podcasts, of the Ronald and Grist stories.

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)


• SF/fantasy long fiction, one story per month, edited by Ann Leckie, beginning November 2010
• Format: Online
• Frequency: monthly

March 2012
• The March story is “Tattooed Love Boys” by Alex Jeffers.

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)


• Science fiction and fantasy stories, original and reprint, plus features; edited by John Joseph Adams; debuted June 2010; combined with former Fantasy Magazine since Jan 2012
• Format: Online; ebook
• Frequency: Monthly issues in ebook formats for purchase; weekly online updates free

March 2012
Issue 22
• This issue has stories posted so far by S.L. Gilbow and Kali Wallace, and stories yet to be posted by Mary Rosenblum, Kathleen Ann Goonan, Steven Utley, Gene Wolfe, David Barr Kirtley, and Karen Joy Fowler.
• Nonfiction includes an editorial and interviews with Ian McDonald and R.A. Salvatore.
• Material exclusive to the ebook edition includes and novella by Elizabeth Hand, an interview with Hand, and an excerpt from Ted Kosmatka’s new novel.

(Sat 17 Mar 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

February 2012
Issue 282, Vol. 24 No. 6, $5, 24pp
• This special “Dream Mysteries” issue features features an essay by Robert Guffey on “Weird Noir”, and an essay by Takayuki Tatsumi on a work by Chiaki Kawamata.
• There are also shorter essays by Darrell Schweitzer on Edgar Allan Poe and Gregory Benford on Paul Dirac.
• Reviews are by Rob Latham, on John Baxter’s biography of J.G. Ballard, and Jen Gunnels, on a play called “Death Valley”.
• The magazine’s website has the table of contents and the editorial (as well as those for the forthcoming March issue).

(Sun 4 Mar 2012)

Redstone Science Fiction

• SF e-zine, since mid-2010; editors and publishers Michael Ray and Paul Clemmons
• Format: Online, ebook formats
• Frequency: Monthly

March 2012
Issue 22
• This issue has stories by Michaela Jordan and Lynette Mejía.
• There are also interviews with both authors, an editorial, and a podcast (not yet posted).

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)

SF Site

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

mid-March 2012
• This issue features reviews of Michael Bishop by Paul Kincaid, and Ben Aaronovitch by Nathan Brazil.
• Other reviews cover titles by Helen Lowe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eric Brown, Stephen R. Donaldson, and others.
• There are also magazine reviews, an “In Memoriam: 2011” by Steven H Silver, and columns by Neil Walsh, Rick Norwood, and Rick Klaw & Mark London Williams.

(Sat 17 Mar 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

March 2012
• Fiction so far in March includes My Dignity in Scars by Cory Skerry, and Nightfall in the Scent Garden by Claire Humphrey.
• Nonfiction includes a column by Robyn Fleming about smartphones, and reviews of titles by Saladin Ahmed, Stephen Baxter, and others.

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)

• SF & fantasy fiction, reviews, commentary, founded 2008; staff includes fiction editors Patrick Nielsen Hayden and Liz Gorinsky
• Format: Online
• Frequency: Daily

March 2012
• New stories posted in recent weeks include Thanatos Beach by James Morrow, Dormanna by Gene Wolfe, and New World Blues by L.E. Modesitt, Jr., all written for an upcoming anthology of stories, edited by David G. Hartwell, inspired by a painting by John Jude Palencar.

(Sat 17 Mar 2012)

Weird Tales

• Dark fantasy magazine, published since 1923; currently published quarterly, edited by Stephen H. Segal and Ann VanderMeer

Winter 2012
Vol. 66 No. 3 (whole #359), $7.95, 8pp, cover art by Matt Mills
• This issue, the final one edited by Anne VanderMeer, has fiction and poetry by Emily Jiang, Stephen Graham Jones, Tamsyn Muir, Evan J. Peterson, Tom Underberg, Leena Likitalo, Joel Lane, Keith Schaffner, and Conrad Williams.
• Nonfiction includes interviews with Laird Barron and Richard Kirk, and an article by Michael Skeet on weird music.
• Departments include editorial “The Eyrie”, book reviews by Paula Guran, and a “Lost in Lovecraft” column by Kenneth Hite.

(Fri 9 Mar 2012)