1. An entry which would have been superfluous in past editions of this encyclopedia because – with the exception of Centauri Express, which was a magazine in audio-cassette form (> Audiozine) – all Magazines, other than personal hand-written ones, were in print form. This may range from beautifully designed and printed SF Magazines such as Shayol or Ariel: to the most minor of Fanzines as once duplicated from typewritten stencils. It was only with the arrival of the internet and the production of Online Magazines, primarily since 1995, that a new digital form of magazine has emerged. These magazines may be read on screen or downloaded onto an e-book reader. Some may also be printed either via a PDF download or as print-on-demand publications, so many online magazines may also be available in print form, but their primary form is digital.
Print magazines may exist in several formats (> Magazines) usually designated by the physical dimensions or paper quality. See Pulp, Slick, Digest and Bedsheet for further details.
The following is a list of all of the print science-fiction magazines with entries in this work. This includes magazines that have been predominantly in print form even if they have subsequently gone online. For a list of all Online Magazines see that entry. For a list of Academic Journals, non-sf Pulp or Slick magazines, see those respective entries. Sf news magazines and news fanzines are listed under Newszines. For non-academic magazines which are about sf, such as the many examples dealing with sf in Cinema and Television, see 2 below.
Aboriginal, Absolute Magnitude, Ad Astra, Air Wonder Stories, Albedo One, Alchemy, Alien Worlds, Altair, Amazing Science Stories, Amazing Stories, Amazing Stories Annual, Amazing Stories Quarterly, Amazing Stories Science Fiction Novel, American Fiction, American Science Fiction Magazine, A Merritt's Fantasy Magazine, Analog, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Aphelion (1), Ariel:, The Arkham Sampler, Artemis, Asimov's Science Fiction, Asimov's SF Adventure Magazine, Astonishing Stories, Astounding Stories Yearbook, Astounding Science-Fiction, Aurealis, Authentic Science Fiction, The Avenger, Avon Fantasy Reader, Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader, Avon Science Fiction Reader, Back Brain Recluse, The Best of Omni Science Fiction, The Best Science Fiction, Beyond Centauri, Beyond Fantasy & Science Fiction, Beyond Fantasy Fiction, Beyond Infinity, Beyond the Boundaries, Bizarre, Bizarre! Mystery Magazine, Black Gate, Borderlands, Captain Future, Captain Hazzard, Captain Zero, Century, Challenging Destiny, Comet, Continuum Science Fiction, Cosmic Crime Stories, Cosmic Science Stories, Cosmic Stories, Cosmos, Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy, Coven 13, Crank!, Creative Brother's Sci-Fi Magazine, Darkling Plain Speculative Fiction, Dark Worlds, Destinies, Different Realities, Doc Savage, Dr Yen Sin, Dream Magazine, Dream World, Dusty Ayres and His Battle Birds, Dynamic Science Fiction, Dynamic Science Stories, The Edge, Edge Detector, Eidolon, Electric Velocipede, Escape Velocity, Eternity Science Fiction, Expanse, Extro, Exuberance, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, Famous Science Fiction, Fanciful Tales of Time and Space, Fantastic, Fantastic Adventures, Fantastic Adventures Yearbook, Fantastic Novels, Fantastic Science Fiction, Fantastic Science Thriller, Fantastic Story Quarterly, Fantastic Universe, Fantastic Worlds, Fantasy, Fantasy Book, Fantasy Fiction, Fantasy Magazine, Fantasy Tales, Far Frontiers, Far Out!, Far Point, Farthing, Femspec, Fictitious Force, Flash Gordon Strange Adventure Magazine, Flytrap, Forbidden Lines, Forgotten Fantasy, Frank Reade Library, FTL (1), Future Fiction, Future Science Fiction, The Futurist, Futuristic Science Stories, Futuristic Stories, Futuristic Tales, G-8 and His Battle Aces, Galaxy Science Fiction, Galaxy Science Fiction Novels, Galileo, Gamma, The Gate, Gateway S-F Magazine, Great Science Fiction, GUD Magazine, Hadrosaur Tales, Harbinger, Harsh Mistress, The Hidden World, H.P. Lovecraft's Magazine of Horror, Icarus, Ice River, If, Imagination, Imaginative Tales, Infinity Science Fiction, International Science Fiction, Internova, Interzone, Journal Wired, Jupiter, Ka-Zar, Keen SF, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, The Leading Edge, Last Wave, LC-39, Maelstrom Speculative Fiction, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Magazine of Horror, Marvel Science Stories, Marvel Tales, Mind Magic, Miracle Science and Fantasy Stories, The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told, The Mysterious Traveler, The Mysterious Wu Fang, Nebula Science Fiction, Neo-Opsis, New Genre, New Moon, New Moon Quarterly, New Pathways, New Worlds, Nexus, Nexxus, NFG, Non-Stop Magazine, Nova Express, Nova SF, The Octopus, Odyssey, Offworld, Omega Science Digest, Omni, On Spec, Operator #5, Orb Speculative Fiction, Orbit Science Fiction, Orphia, Other Times, Other Worlds, Out of This World Adventures, Outer Reaches, Outlands, Owlflight, Pandora, Paradox, Pirate Writings, Planet Stories, Popular Science Fiction, Postscripts, Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, Questar, Realms of Fantasy, R. E. M., Rigel, Rocket Stories, Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, Satellite Science Fiction, Saturn, Say . . ., Science and Invention, Science Fantasy, Science Fantasy Yearbook, Science Fiction Adventures, Science Fiction Age, Science Fiction Classics, Science Fiction Digest, SF International, Science Fiction Library, Science Fiction Monthly, Science-Fiction Plus, Science Fiction Quarterly, Science Fiction Stories, Science Stories, Scientific Detective Monthly, Scoops, The Scorpion, Secret Agent "X", Selected Science Fiction, The Shadow, Shayol, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, Sirius Visions, Skyworlds, Something Else, Space Adventures (Classics), Space and Time, Space Fact and Fiction, Space Science Fiction, Space Science Fiction Magazine, Space Stories, Spaceway, Space-Wise, Spectrum SF, The Spider, Star Science Fiction Magazine, Stardate, Starshore, Startling Mystery Stories, Startling Stories, Stirring Science Stories, Strange Adventures, Strange Fantasy, Strange Plasma, Strange Stories, Strange Tales, Substance, Super Science Stories, Super-Science Fiction, Swan American Magazine, Swan Yankee Magazine, Sword & Sorcery Annual, Talebones, Tales of Magic and Mystery, Tales of the Talisman, Tales of the Unanticipated, Tales of Tomorrow, Tales of Wonder, 10 Story Fantasy, Terence X. O'Leary's War Birds, Terra Incognita, Territories, Theaker's Quarterly Fiction, The Third Alternative, 3SF, Thrilling Wonder Stories, Thrills Incorporated, Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction, Tops in Science Fiction, Transversions, Treasury of Great Science Fiction Stories, Two Complete Science-Adventure Books, Uncanny Stories, Uncanny Tales, Unearth, Universe Pathways, Universe Science Fiction, Unknown, Unusual Stories, Vanguard Science Fiction, Vargo Statten Science Fiction Magazine, Venture Science Fiction, Vertex, Vision of Tomorrow, Void Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vortex, The Vortex, Vortex Science Fiction, Weird and Occult Library, Weird Tales, Weird World, Whispers, Wonder Stories, Wonder Stories Quarterly, Wonder Story Annual, Wonders of the Spaceways, Wondrous Web Worlds, Worlds Beyond, Worlds of Fantasy, Worlds of the Universe, Worlds of Tomorrow and Zahir. [MA]
2. Some examples of non-academic professional magazines with a focus on nonfiction about sf, especially in Cinema and Television, are listed below.
Chilling Monster Tales, Fantastic Films, Fantastic Monsters of the Films, Famous Monsters of Filmland (> Forrest J Ackerman), Monster Mania, Monster Parade, The Monster Times, SFX, Spacemen, Starburst, Starlog and World Famous Creatures. [DRL]
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