Fantasy and Science Fiction

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.
Each double-sized bimonthly issue offers:


  
compelling short fiction by writers such as Kelly Link, Mary Robinette Kowal, Michael Moorcock and many others;

  
the science fiction field’s most respected and outspoken opinions on Books, Films and Science;

  
humor from our cartoonists and writers.



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Gordon Van Gelder has put together theme anthologies culled
from the pages of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
.

Kindle versions of two of them are available by clicking on the Amazon buttons below or on
the theme anthologies page.


Fourth Planet from the Sun—Tales of Mars from The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction

Lonely Souls


In addition to our fiction, each issue features:

  
book reviews by Charles de Lint, Elizabeth Hand,
James Sallis and Michelle West

  Curiosities which looks at odd books of enduring interest

  humor by Paul Di Filippo and
film commentary by David J. Skal

You can find a full list on our Departments page
where there are links to all of our online material.


If you have a question about the magazine, we have provided links to a number of information pages.

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