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Here are 142 hot links to Magazines, on-line magazines, and bibliographic indices (indexes) to Science Fiction magazines, and/or e-mail addresses of their editors,as well as information on pulp magazine characters and graphics; plus brief notes on 413 magazines which do not appear to be on the Web. Warning: link-rot has made *many* links obsolete. Most recent update: 23 Sep 2001
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Thanks to these references, which should be consulted for complete and correct details which I am not authorized to reproduce: "The Complete Checklist of Science-Fiction Magazines", B. M. Day, 1961 "The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vol.III, Donald H. Tuck, Chicago: Advent, 1982 "Index to the British Science Fiction Magazines 1934-1953", Graham Stone (1971-1979) "The Shudder Pulps", R. K. Jones (Fax Collector's Edition, 1975) "The Weird Menace", Bob Jones (Opar Press, 1962)

Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Magazines Alphabetically


|A: A. Merritt's-Avon Readers |B: The Best Science Fiction-British Space Fiction |C: Captain Future - Cyber-Psychos AUD |D: Dan Dare-Dynamic Science Stories |E: Eerie-Exploring the Unknown |F: Famous Fantastic Mysteries-Futuro, Rassegna Italiana di Fantascienza |G: Galassia-Gunter's Magazine |H: Hapna-Hugin |I: The Idler-Interzone Science Fiction |J: Jewel-Jungle Stories |K: Ka-Zar - Keen Science Fiction |L: The Leading Edge-Luna-Weltall (Luna Utopia Roman) |M: Macabre-Mythic Circle |N: Narraciones Terrorificas-Nugget Library |O: The Octopus-Outlands |P: Pal-Prize Ghost Stories |Q: Quanta Magazine-Quantum Science Fiction Review |R: Radio News-I Romanzi di Urania |S: Satellite-Swan Yankee Magazine |T: Talebones - Two Complete Science-Adventure Books |U: Uncanny Stories-Utopian Publications Ltd. |V: Vanguard Science Fiction-Vortex Science Fiction |W: Web Terror Stories-Worlds of the Universe |X, Y, Z: X Science Fiction - Ziff-Davis |Pulp Magazines Miscellaneous Links

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A. Merritt's Fantasy Magazine (Dec 1949-Oct 1950): nothing on the Web? Abenteuer Im Weltenraum, Hamburg, Germany (May 1948-May 1959): nothing on the Web? Aboriginal Science Fiction (Index) Absolute Magnitude (Index) Ace Mystery (May 1936-Sep 1936): nothing on the Web? Adventure (Nov 1910-April 1971): nothing on the Web? Les Adventures Futuristes, Canada (in French) (Mar 1949-Sep 1949): nothing on the Web? Adventures of Sword and Sorcery Aikamme, Finland (Jun 1958-Mar 1959?): nothing on the Web? Aldine Cheerful Library (1899-1905?): nothing on the Web? Aldine Invention, Travel and Adventure Library, British reprint of Frank Reade Library, (Mar 1899-Nov 1905): nothing on the Web? Alien Worlds, British, (Aug 1966): nothing on the Web? All American Fiction (Nov 1937-Oct 1938): nothing on the Web? All-Story Magazine (Jan 1905-Mar 1914): nothing on the Web? Alpha, Sweden, see Sam J. Lundwall: nothing on the Web? Amazing Stories (Apr 1926-present): Amazing Stories (Index): the world's oldest science fiction magazine Founded by Hugo Gernsback, this magazine has changed hands a number of times. In 1980, Your Humble Webmaster had apparently made the winning bid to buy this magazine (as publisher), but was aced out by a tricky deal with TSR. TSR followed my business plan for a while, which included some very delayed payments to authors, and then fired the talented editor Kim Mohan, and shortly afterwards (1995) the magazine went into limbo. Then Wizards of the Coast purchased TSR in 1997, and in February 1998 announced that the magazine will be relaunched as a quarterly, beginning Summer 1998, with suggested retail price of $4.99, and with Kim Mohan again at the helm. Amazing Detective Tales (Jan 1930-May 1930): nothing on the Web? Amazing Science Stories, British, (Mar 1951-Apr 1951): nothing on the Web? Amazing Stories Annual (1927): nothing on the Web? Amazing Stories Quarterly (Index) American Fiction, British (1944-1946): nothing on the Web? American Science Fiction, Australia (Jun 1952-Sep 1955): nothing on the Web? Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Index) index by Cary Thomas of Seattle covering October 1948-August 1996 in Dbase 3 file format, for free downloading Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Index) index by A. Von Ruff Anticipation, Spain (1972??): nothing on the Web? Anticipations, Belgium (in French), (Sep 1945-May 1946): nothing on the Web? Antologia de Cuentos Fantasticos, Policiacos y de Misterio, Mexico (in Spanish) (Aug 1950-Nov 1950): nothing on the Web? Apollo Science-Fiction, Netherlands (in Dutch): nothing on the Web? Argosy (9 Dec 1882-?): nothing on the Web? Argosy, British (1942?-1946): nothing on the Web? Arkham Sampler (Winter 1948-Autumn 1949): nothing on the Web? Artemis Magazine Asimov's Science Fiction (Index) Astonishing Stories, American and Canadian editions (Feb 1940-Apr 1943): nothing on the Web? Astounding Science Fiction (Index): became Analog Atlanta, Belgium (in French) (Jan 1966-?): nothing on the Web? Au Dela Du Ciel, Italy (in French) (Mar 1958-Feb 1961): nothing on the Web? Authentic Science Fiction, British (Jan 1951-Oct 1957): nothing on the Web? The Avenger (Sep 1939-Sep 1942), Mystery/SF: Tomi Vaisala's Pulp Site: The Avenger, Doc Savage, The Shadow, and Operator 5 Avon Readers (Index) includes Avon Fantasy Reader and Avon Science Fiction Reader
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The Best Science Fiction (April 1964-Nov 1964?), see Frederick Pohl: nothing on the Web? Beyond Fantasy Fiction (Jul 1953-Sep 1954): nothing on the Web? Beyond Fiction (Jul 1953-Sep 1955?): nothing on the Web? Beyond Infinity (Index) Bizarre! Mystery Magazine, (Oct 1965-Jan 1966): nothing on the Web? The Black Cat (Oct 1895-May 1923?): nothing on the Web? Black October Blackwood's Magazine, British (1850?-1985?): nothing on the Web? Bluebook Magazine (May 1905-?): nothing on the Web? Bones The Book of Terror (Dec 1949): nothing on the Web? A Book of Weird Tales (Aug 1960), see Forrest J. Ackerman: nothing on the Web? Borderline (Sep 1964-Jan 1965?), Mystery/Fantasy: nothing on the Web? Boy's Friend Library: nothing on the Web? The Boy's Star Library (1880-1893?): nothing on the Web? British Science Fiction Magazine: nothing on the Web? British Space Fiction Magazine (Jan 1954-Feb 1956): nothing on the Web?
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Captain Future (Winter 1940-Spring 1944): Sascha Goto's website does not directly deal with the pulp magazine Captain Future. However, it deals with the animated series called Captain Future which is based on the pulp magazine. There will be more information on the pulp magazine as well in the near future. Captain Future This website has information in German and English on television, books, boardgames, cards, and Spanish versions of Captain Future spinoffs. Captain Future : A good collection of full-size cover art image scans Capt. Hazard (May 1938): nothing on the Web? Captain Mors, Germany (1908-1914) Captain Satan: nothing on the Web? Captain Zero (Nov 1949-Mar 1950): nothing on the Web? Cassell's Magazine, British (1853-1920?): nothing on the Web? Castle of Frankenstein (Jan 1962-1974): nothing on the Web? Cavalier (Oct 1908-May 1914): nothing on the Web? Century: Partly on-line Century (Index) Chamber's Journal, British (1832-1935?): nothing on the Web? Chilling Monster Tales (Aug 1966): nothing on the Web? Ciencia y Fantasia, Mexico (in Spanish) (Oct 1956-Oct 1958): nothing on the Web? The Clack Book (Apr 1896-Jun 1897): nothing on the Web? Classics Illustrated (1939?-1970), the father of Graphic Novels/Comix: nothing on the Web? Collier's (Apr 188-Jan 1957): nothing on the Web? Columbia Magazines -- Science Fiction, Future Fiction, Future Science Fiction, Science Fiction Quarterly, Original Science Fiction Stories, Dynamic Science Fiction (1939-1960): nothing on the Web? Comet (Dec 1940-Jul 1941): nothing on the Web? Conquetes, France (Aug 1939): nothing on the Web? Cornhill Magazine, British (1860-?) 1st editor W. M. Thackeray (see his entry in Authors section): nothing on the Web? Cosmic: Selezione di Fantascienza, Italy (Jun 1957-May 1958): nothing on the Web? Cosmic Science Fiction (May 1941-?): nothing on the Web? Cosmic Science Stories, British (Dec 1949?-July 1950?): nothing on the Web? Cosmopolitan (1893?-1907?): nothing on the Web? Cosmos Science Fiction and fantasy Magazine (Sep 1953-July 1954): nothing on the Web? Count-Down: The Rockets and Missiles Annual (May 1960): nothing on the Web? Crank! homepage: small but distinctive Crank! (Index) Creepy (Feb 1965-1987?): nothing on the Web? Cronache del Futuro, Italy (Aug 1957-Aug 1958) Le Cronache del Futuro, Italy (Nov 1958-May 1959) Cronache del Futuro site in Italian by Luigi Petruzzelli with other links related to Italian science fiction magazines Los Cuentos Fantasticos, Mexico (in Spanish), (July 1948-Apr 1954): nothing on the Web? Cyber-Psychos AUD (Index)
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Dan Dare,1950s/1960s British comic book hero Deathrealm semipro Different, Fantasy/Poetry (see Lillith Lorraine) (Jan 1951-Fall 1953): nothing on the Web? Dime Mystery (Dec 1932-Nov 1950): nothing on the Web? Doc Savage (Mar 1933-Jun 1949): several decent Web sites: Jeff Sine's Doc Savage Page: The foremost Doc Savage Page. Scanned images of all pulp and paperback covers. Apparently complete scan set. J. K. Rhodes' Doc Savage Page: Many links not listed here have been reviewed by Rhodes. Jim Gould's Doc Savage Page: Content includes high-res scans of rare collectible Doc Savage art. R. J. Jenson's Doc Savage Page Doc Savage pulp wallpaper nicely rendered. J. R. Olsen's Doc Savage Page: Complete texts of 14 Doc Savage radio show scripts from the 1930's. J. R. Olsen also provides electronic texts of "The Shadow" pulps (see below). The Hidalgo Trading Company: Content includes some unique Doc Savage information, plus data on the 1975 film! The On-Line Adventures of Doc Savage: Many small gif images of Doc Savage cover art Doc Savage, The Supreme Adventurer: Books for sale; some synopses of novels; more FrozenCat's Doc/Pat Savage Page Tomi Vaisala's Pulp Site: The Avenger, Doc Savage, The Shadow, and Operator 5 Double Detective (1938?-Mar 1943): nothing on the Web? Dr. Death (Feb 1935-Apr 1935): nothing on the Web? Dragonfields web magazine P. O. Box 1344 Montross, Virginia 22520 USA email Dragonfields DreamWatch Online (British SF TV) {to be done} ON THE Web Dream World (Feb 1957-Aug 1957): nothing on the Web? Dr. Yen Sin (May 1936-Oct 1936): nothing on the Web? Dragon's Lair Webzine a monthly Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror electronic publication, free of charge to the reader Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds (July 1934-Jun 1935): nothing on the Web? Dynamic Science Fiction (Dec 1952-Jan 1954): nothing on the Web? Dynamic Science Stories (Feb 1939-May 1939): nothing on the Web?
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Eerie (Jan 1966-?): nothing on the Web? Eeerie Mysteries (Aug 1938-May 1939): nothing on the Web? Eerie Stories (Aug 1937): nothing on the Web? Eerie Tales, Canada (July 1941): nothing on the Web? Eidolon (Index) note: the Eidolon site's own server was recently trashed, allegedly by Dutch hackers, but plans to be back online soon, at which time the web site will be listed here. The Electrical Experimenter (1914?-1920?): nothing on the Web? Elves in Cyberspace Enigmas, Mexico (in Spanish) (Aug 1955-Apr 1958?): nothing on the Web? Eon Magazine on-line produced by Centroplis, backed by Emerich & Devlin (Independence Day, Godzilla), and which announces becoming the main supplier of "Event Films" for Sony Pictures. Issue 2.0 is dated "Week of March 2, 1998" and has content on: * Features * interview with Dean Koontz * Peter Pan/Vampire comic book "The Lost" * Movies * Dark City * Babylon 5 set visit * Evil Dead 2 * TV Episode reviews * Xena * X-Files * Outer Limits * News * Chat * Reviews * Departments Espacio, El Mundo Futuro (1955?-1962?): nothing on the Web? Event Horizon: SF,Fantasy, Horror, featuring stories, chats, and events with the world's top sf/f/h writers. Event Horizon is produced by the team that created OMNI Internet. e-mail Louis Johns at Event Horizon The Experimenter (1924?-1926?): nothing on the Web? Exploring the Unknown (Jan 1960-Jun 1971?): nothing on the Web?
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Famous Fantastic Mysteries (Sep 1939-Jun 1953): nothing on the Web? Famous Film Series (1964): nothing on the Web? Famous Monsters of Filmland (Jan 1958-present): Famous Monsters of Filmland We have noted among the links on your Magic Dragon Site information which incorrectly associates Forrest J Ackerman with FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND magazine. Please ammend your information to note that Mr. Ackerman was once a contributor to our magazine but has had no association since his resignation in November of 1995. We trust you do not wish to portray Mr. Ackerman incorrectly. In mentioning his name in conjunction with FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND (which is a registered trademark and soley owned by Dynacomm Publishing) you may correctly refer to his association with the word "former." Further, should you have any interest in depicting any trademarks used by the magazine or reproducing our logo in any manner, please write to me in advance at "fm@ktb.net" for required permissions and restrictions. We welcome association with quality sites but do have certain guidelines for authorization. These restrictions and qualifications as to the status of Mr. Ackerman refer only to conjunction with the FM logo and trademarks. In unrelated matters you may, of course, refer to Mr. Ackerman in whatever manner you deem fitting and respectful. If you wish to correct your links, the FM web site is located at "http://www.ktb.net/~fmof" Thank you for your attention to the matter. Sincerely Ray Ferry, Publisher, FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND Famous Science Fiction (Winter 19966/67-Winter 1968/69): nothing on the Web? Fanciful Tales (Fall 1936): nothing on the Web? Fantascienza, Italy (Nov 1954-May 1955): nothing on the Web? Fantasia e Fantascienza (Dec 1962-Oct 1963): nothing on the Web? Fantasia del Futuro, Mexico (in Spanish): nothing on the Web? Fantasie en Wetenschap, Netherlands (in Dutch) (Dec 1948-Mar 1949): nothing on the Web? Fantastic (Summer 1952-?): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Adventures (May 1939-Mar 1953): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Adventures Quarterly (Winter 1941-Fall 1943, Summer 1948- Spring 1951): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Monsters of the Films (1962-1963): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Novels (July 1940-Apr 1941, Mar 1948-June 1951): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Science Fiction (Aug & Dec 1952): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Science Fiction (Stories), see Fantastic The Fantastic Science Thriller, British: nothing on the Web? Fantastic Stories of Imagination, see Fantastic Fantastic Story Magazine (Spring 1950-Winter 1951): nothing on the Web? Fantastic Story Quarterly, see Fantastic Story Magazine Fantastic Universe Science Fiction (Jun/July 1953-Mar 1960): nothing on the Web? Fantastica, Spain (1948): nothing on the Web? Fantasy, British (1938-1939): nothing on the Web? Fantasy, British (Dec 1946-Aug 1947): nothing on the Web? Fantasy Book (1947-1951, plus a second incarnation producxed at Caltech, and in which I appeared): nothing on the Web? Fantasy Fiction (Magazine) (Feb 1953-Nov 1953): nothing on the Web? Fantasy Magazine, see Fantasy Fiction (Magazine) The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Fantasy & Science Fiction (Index) Fantasy Stories, see Fantasy Fiction Fate (Spring 1948-present?): nothing on the Web? Fear (May & July 1960): nothing on the Web? Fiction, France (15 Oct 1953-present?): nothing on the Web? Fireside Ghost Stories, British (1938?): nothing on the Web? Flame, Australia (1935?-1941?): nothing on the Web? Flame, see Lilith Lorraine, fantasy/SF poetry {hotlink to be done} Flash Gordon Strange Adventure Magazine (Dec 1936): Flash Gordon Flying Saucer Review, British (May 1955-?): nothing on the Web? Flying Saucers from Other Worlds (June 1957-Oct 1965): nothing on the Web? Forerunner, Australia (Spring 1952-Autumn 1953): nothing on the Web? Forgotten Fantasy (Index) Fortress semipro The Fractal semipro Frank Reade Library (24 Sep 1892-?): nothing on the Web? Future combined with Science Fiction (Stories), see Future Science Fiction Future Fantasy and Science Fiction, see Future Science Fiction Future Science Fiction (Nov 1939-July 1943, May/June 1950-Apr 1960): nothing on the Web? Future Science Fiction, Australia (1953-1967): nothing on the Web? Futuristic Science Stories, British (Aug 1950-Jun 1954): nothing on the Web? Futuristic Stories, British (1946?-1947?): nothing on the Web? Futuro, Novelas de ciencia y fantasia, Spain (1954): nothing on the Web? Futuro, Rassegna Italiana di Fantascienza, Italy (May/Jun 1963-15 Nov 1964): nothing on the Web?
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Galassia, Italy (Jan 1953-June 1953): nothing on the Web? Galaxie, France (Dec 1953-Apr 1959, May 1964-?): nothing on the Web? Galaxis Science Fiction, Germany (Mar 1958-July 1959): nothing on the Web? Galaxy Magazine new address Galaxy Magazine old address This major professional magazine had editions at one time or another in: Argentina Britain Finland France Germany Italy Norway Sweden The new hotlink above will get you: * Help * What's New * Galaxy History * Galaxy Hall of Stories * Galaxy Hall of Fame * Galaxy Back Issues * The Collected Essays of Gold the Younger * What'll They Think of Last * Collected Essays of Horace L. Gold * Ultra Short Fiction * Galaxy Interviews * The Huckster's Room (merchandise) * Cartoon Corner * Forrest J. Ackermonster's Horror Lane * For Your Information * Galaxy Art Gallery * Multimedia Clip of the Week * Your Galaxian Trekker Reporter Galaxy (Index) Galaxy Science Fiction Novels (Sep 1950-Jun 1961?), indexed in above Gamma (Jun 1963-Sep 1965): nothing on the Web? Gamma Fantascienza, Italy (oct 1965-Mar 1968): nothing on the Web? Ghost Stories (July 1926-Jan 1932): nothing on the Web? The Ghost Super-Detective (Jan 1940-Summer 1941): nothing on the Web? Ghosts and Goblins, British (1938?): nothing on the Web? Golden Fleece (Oct 1938-June 1939): nothing on the Web? Great Science Fiction (1965-?): nothing on the Web? Great Science Fiction Stories, see Treasury of Great Science Fiction Stories Gunter's Magazine, Britian (1906?-1910?): nothing on the Web?
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Hapna, Sweden (1 Mar 1954-1 Jan 1966): nothing on the Web? Health Knowledge Inc. (publisher of "Exploring the Unknown", "Magazine of Horror", "Startling Mystery Stories", "Famous Science Fiction": nothing on the Web? The Hidden World (Spring 1961-Winter 1964): nothing on the Web? Horror Monsters (Jan 1961-Winter 1967): nothing on the Web? Horror Stories (Jan 1935-Apr/May 1941): nothing on the Web? Hugin, Sweden (7 Apr 1916-15 Jan 1920), arguably the world's first science fiction magazine: nothing on the Web (other than in my "Countries" section of this web site)
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The Idler, British (Feb 1892-Mar 1911): nothing on the Web? If--Worlds of Science Fiction (Mar 1952-Dec 1964): nothing on the Web? If Science Fiction, see If Imagination (Oct 1950-Oct 1958): nothing on the Web? Imagination Science Fiction, see Imagination Imaginative Tales (Sep 1954-Nov 1958, title changed to Space Travel (July 1958-Nov 1958): nothing on the Web? Impulse, British (Mar 1966-Feb 1967): nothing on the Web? Infinity Science Fiction (Nov 1955-Nov 1958): nothing on the Web? Insight, British (1964?-1965?): nothing on the Web? International Science Fiction (Nov 1967-Jun 1968): nothing on the Web? Interzone Science Fiction & Fantasy (Index) Italy: science fiction magazines site in Italian
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Jewel, Japan, (1956): nothing on the Web? Jules Verne Magasinet, Sweden (16 Oct 1940-1947), title changed to Veckans Aventyr gradually from Vol.2, No.28: nothing on the Web? Jules Verne Magasinet has now been edited for 20 years by the internationally known science fiction expert Sam Lundwall. Jungle Stories (Aug 1931-Dec 1931; Winter 1939-Spring 1954): nothing on the Web?
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Kaleria Ka-Zar (Oct 1936-Jun 1937): nothing on the Web? Keen Science Fiction semipro
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The Leading Edge semipro Little Green Men semipro Locus (Index) index by Cary Thomas of Seattle covering 1987-June 1996 in Dbase 3 file format, for free downloading. THE magazine for the science fiction professional if you want to follow the people, books, magazines, and markets. Locus (Index): a must for professionals London Mystery Magazine, British (Dec 1949?-present?): nothing on the Web? Luchadores Del Espacio, Spain: nothing on the Web? Luna-Weltall (Luna Utopia Roman), Germany, (Aug 1956?-Mar 1959?): nothing on the Web?
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Macabre (Jun 1957-1970): nothing on the Web? Mad (Oct 1952-present), see William Gaines: nothing on the Web? The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, see Fantasy and Science Fiction The Magazine of Horror (Aug 1963-Apr 1971): nothing on the Web? The Magic Carpet, see Oriental Stories Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy (Index) Mark Powers, der Held des Weltall, Germany (1963-1964): nothing on the Web? Marvel Science Fiction, see Marvel Science Stories Marvel Science Stories (Aug 1938-Apr 1941; Nov 1950-May 1952): nothing on the Web? Marvel Stories, see Marvel Science Stories Marvel Tales, see Marvel Science Stories Mas Alla, Argentina (in Spanish), (Jun 1953-Mar 1957): nothing on the Web? Master Thriller Series, British (1936?-1939?): nothing on the Web? Merritt, see A. Merritt's Fantasy Magazine (in "A" section of Magazine web page) Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy We have moved to a new URL, We are still a paying market, but are now on-line and free. Diana R. Moreland: Editor, MSF&F "Do not follow in the footsteps of men of old; seek what they sought." Matsuo Basho, summer [1693] Visit Millennium Science Fiction and Fantasy; Subscribe and be entered into the monthly tee-shirt drawing. Millennium SF&F obsolete former URL Mind Magic (Jun 1931-Dec 1931): nothing on the Web? Minotauro, Argentina (in Spanish), (1965?-1968?): nothing on the Web? Miracle Science and fantasy Stories (Apr 1931-July 1931): nothing on the Web? Modern Electrics (1908-1920?), Hugo Gernsback precursor to Amazing: nothing on the Web? Modi Astrali, Italy (Jan 1955-Apr 1955): nothing on the Web? Monster Parade (Nov 1958?-Mar 1959): nothing on the Web? Monster World (Nov 1964-Sep 1966): nothing on the Web? Monsters and Things (Jan 1959-Apr 1959): nothing on the Web? Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told (1966-1968), changed name to Thrilling SF: nothing on the Web? Munsey's Magazine (2 Feb 1889-Oct 1929): nothing on the Web? My Self, see Mind Magic The Mysterious Traveler Magazine (Nov 1951-Jun 1952): nothing on the Web? Mystery Adventures (Mar 1935?-May 1937?), changed name to Mystery Adventure Magazine and then to Mystery Adventures Magazine: nothing on the Web? Mystery and Detection, British (1935?): nothing on the Web? Mystery Novels (Mar 1935?-Feb 1936?): nothing on the Web? Mystery Novels and Short Stories (Sep 1939?-Nov 1940?): nothing on the Web? Mystery Stories, British (1937-1938): nothing on the Web? Mystery Tales (1937-July 1940): nothing on the Web? Mystic Magazine (Nov 1930?-Apr 1931?), see Search: nothing on the Web? Mythic Circle Mythic Circle e-mail Mythic Circle "After nearly a year's hiatus, the long-running Mythic Circle has returned. We're on the lookout for original stories and poetry of the mythically fantastic bent. (For more details, see the webpage of the Mythopoeic society at "We aim to work with serious writers and will make an effort to give individual feedback to authors who desire it, to those whose stories are accepted. (For the policy regarding complimentary copies and poetry, inquire of the editors)." "Be sure to check out a sample issue ($5) to see the type of work we've published." Subscriptions: $13 a year (or three issues) for members of the Mythopoeic Society and $18.00 for non-members and institutions. (The price will be going up soon due to increase in postage and printing costs). For subscriptions and sample issues, write to Trent M. Walters PO Box 501 Point Lookout, MO 65726 USA Submissions should include SASEs for return of manuscript. Writers who would like to be notified that their manuscripts have been received should enclose another SASE or postcard for this purpose. Mail submissions to: Trent M. Walters at the above address, or Email: MythicCircle@hotmail.com
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Narraciones Terrorificas, Argentina (in Spanish), (1939?-1950): nothing on the Web? I Narratori Dell'Alpha Tau, Italian (Jan 1957-June 1957): nothing on the Web? Nebula Science Fiction, Scotland (Autumn 1952-June 1959): 41 issues, nothing on the Web? There's a good history of Nebula: "Far from Nebulous: A Personal History of NEBULA, Scotland's Only Professional Science Fiction Magazine" by Andrew Darlington in Fantasy Commentator No.49, Fall 1996, pp.4-11. This article summarizes the history, contributors, artists, and includes indices by author, artist, and subject. This beloved magazine, 128 pages long, at its peak, sold 40,000 copies per month. It had stories by: Forrest J. Ackerman (2), William Aitken, Brian Aldiss (13), Stuart Allen (4), John Ashcroft, Barrington J. Bayley (as John Diamond), Sydney J. Bounds (5), John Brunner (6), Kenneth Bulmer (18), John F. Burke (2), H. J. Campbell, A. Bertram Chandler (6), Harlan Ellison, Richard P. Ennis, Paul Enerver, Donald Franson, Charles E. Fritch, David Gardner (3), J. S. Glasby, Robert A. Heinlein (3), N. K. Hemming, Michael Hervey, Philip E. High (12), Geoffrey Humphrys, John C. Hynam (as John Kippax, 3), James Inglis (2), David Irish, Nigel Jackson, E. R. James (9), Robert A. Ley (as Arthur Sellings, 2), Robert Lloyd, Roberd Donald Locke, Edward Ludwig, Christopher Lyster, James M. MacGregor (as J. T. McIntosh, 3), David McIlwain (as Charles Eric Maine, 2), Donald Malcolm, Dan Morgan (3), Cyril Myrescough, Kris Neville, Charles Nutt (as Charles Beaumont), Mark Patrick (3), John T. Phillifent (as John Rackham), Kenneth Potter, Robert Presslie (7), F. G. Rayer (4), Clifford C. Reed, L. Major Reynolds (2), Peter J. Ridley (4), Ross Rocklynne, Eric Frank Russell (10), D. M. Schneider, John Seabright, Bob Shaw (6), Len Shaw, Robert Silverberg (8), T. B. Swann, William F. Temple (14), Tony C. Thorne, Robert J. Tilley (3), Mark Trent, E. C. Tubb (27), A. E. Van Vogt, Harry Warner Jr., W. T. Webb (3), James White (4), Lionel P. Wright (as Lan Wright, 6), C. S. Youd (as John Christopher) Das Neue Abenteuer, Germany (?-1958?): nothing on the Web? New Frontiers, British (Jan 1947-Apr/May 1947): nothing on the Web? New Mystery Adventures, see Mystery Adventures New Worlds, British (1946-1957, 1949-Mar 1971) (also a USA edition): New Worlds (Index): the magazine that launched the New Wave The New York Review of Science Fiction: In their ninth year of print, and first month online, this remarkable magzine combines critical sophistication with imaginative daring, and mixes big name science fiction authors with hard core academics, and adds a dash of whim. It promises to become "a relatively elaborate site that will soon include full indexes and much curent and back issue information. We are participating in a larger site that will include the SFRA [Science Fiction Research Association] and IAFA [International Association for the Fantastic Art?] publications, and perhaps others. Separate home pages are up for some of the editors and staff. Click around and find many good things." From Vol.8, No.12, Issue No.96, Aug. 1996, p.24 The New York Review of Science Fiction (Index): Critiques with attitude Night Terrors semipro Nova Express (Index) e-mail NOVA EXPRESS this is also the e-mail address for Lawrence Person Nugget Library (12 Jan 1889-?): nothing on the Web?
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The Octopus (Feb 1938): nothing on the Web? Oltre Il Cielo, Italy (Sep 1957-Feb 1967): nothing on the Web? Omni Magazine Online: first major mag on-line Omni Online (Index): first major mag on-line Operator #5, (Apr 1934-Nov/Dec 1939): Tomi Vaisala's Pulp Site: The Avenger, Doc Savage, The Shadow, and Operator 5 ONSPEC (Index): Canada's finest Orbit Science Fiction, American plus one isue of an Australian edition, (1953-Nov/Dec 1954): nothing on the Web? Oriental Stories (Oct/Nov 1930-Jan 1934), name changed to The Magic Carpet in Mar 1933: nothing on the Web? The Original Science Fiction Stories, see Science Fiction Stories Other Worlds Science Fiction Stories (Nov 1941-July 1954, May 1955-Oct 1957): nothing on the Web? Out of This World, British, (Nov 1954 and Jan 1955): nothing on the Web? Out of this World Adventures, (July and Dec 1950): nothing on the Web? Outlands, British (Winter 1946): nothing on the Web?
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Pal, see George Pal (in G's) Pall Mall Magazine, British (May 1893-Sep 1929): nothing on the Web? Pariah Online: sci-fi webazine edited by Joel C. Furches: The Passing Show, British (1933?-1939?): nothing on the Web? Pearson's, British (Jan 1896-Nov 1939): nothing on the Web? Perry Rhodan, Germany (also Dutch edition) (1967?-present?): nothing on the Web? Phantom, British (Apr 1957-July 1958): nothing on the Web? Phantom Detective (Feb 1933-Sum 1953): Phantom Detective The only Phantom Detective site on the web as of Feb 98. Recommended site on a great pulp hero. Site has a carefully compiled index and various graphics scanned from cover and interior illustrations. Pirate Writings semipro Pirate Writings (Index): walks the plank for you Pistas del Espacio, Argentina (in Spanish), (Mar 1958?-?): nothing on the Web? I Piu' Grandi Scrittori del Futuro, Italy (June 1962-Nov 1962): nothing on the Web? Planet Magazine is a free, award-winning electronic quarterly of short science fiction, fantasy, horror, humor, and poetry by new writers. HTML and other formats. Online and in color since January 1994. e-mail to Planet Magazine Planet Science Fiction--Avontuur en Technik, Netherlands (Jan 1953): nothing on the Web? Planet-Magasinet, Denmark (Apr 1958-Sep 1958): nothing on the Web? Planet Stories (Winter 1939-Summer 1955): nothing on the Web? Playboy (!954-present) -- they do have a Web site {to be done} Pluck and Luck (19 May 1898-?): nothing on the Web? Popular Science Fiction, Australia (July 1953-Mar 1955; Apr 1967-Sep 1967): nothing on the Web? Povestiri Stiinitifico-Fantastice, Rumania (1959?-1959?): nothing on the Web? Practical Electrics (Feb 1924?-Oct 1924?), see Hugo Gernsback: nothing on the Web? Prize Ghost Stories (Apr 1963?): nothing on the Web? The Pulp Vault: Info on the magazines from the Golden Age "The Pulp Zone" Nuno Miranda says: "...inside there is all sorts of info about golden age SF pulp magazines."
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Quanta Magazine Quantum Science Fiction Review: hotlinks to science columns by Jonathan Vos Post to be done Quantum Muse "We are a speculative fiction e-zine", Becky (web mistress)
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Radio News, Hugo Gernsback (Nov 1919-Feb 1929): nothing on the Web? Frank Reade, see Frank Reade Library Realms of Fantasy (Index): best-looking fantasy mag Real Mystery Magazine (Apr/May 1940-July/Aug 1940): nothing on the Web? The Redrum Coffeehouse(horror/vampire) Red Star Adventures (June 1940-Jan 1941): nothing on the Web? Red Star Magazines, magazine group from Frank A. Munsey Co., including Red Star Adventures, Red Star Mystery, Red Star Western, Red Star Detective, Big Chief Western: nothing on the Web? Red Star Mystery: nothing on the Web? Ren Dhark--Weg ins Weltall, Germany (1965?-1968?): Perry Rhodan knockoff, nothing on the Web? Rex Corda--Der Retter der Erde, Germany (1966): nothing on the Web? Rocket--The First Space-Age Weekly, British, comic (21 Apr 1956-24 Nov 1956): nothing on the Web? Rocket Stories (Apr 1953-Sep 1953): nothing on the Web? I Romanzi del Cosmo Fantascienza, Italy (1955?-1962?): nothing on the Web? I Romanzi del Futuro, Italy (Mar 1961-May 1961): nothing on the Web? I Romanzi di Urania, Italy (10 Oct 1952-present?), name changed to Urania at No.153: nothing on the Web?
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Satellite, France (Jan 1958-Jan 1963): nothing on the Web? Satellite Science Fiction (Oct 1956-May 1959): nothing on the Web? Saturday Evening Post (evolved from a magzine founded by Benjamin Franklin), had major SF/Fantasy stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, Stephen Vincent Benet, Ray Bradbury, Robert Heinlein, John Christopher, and Isaac Asimov; paid extremely well; spun-off at least two anthologies: "Saturday Evening Post Fantasy Stories", ed. B. Fles, 1951 "The Post Reader of Fantasy and Science Fiction", 1964 nothing on the Web? Saturn Science Fiction (Mar 1957-Mar 1958): nothing on the Web? Schrodinger's Mouse Edited by David Remington, Schrodinger's Mouse is a "new e-mail and web-based magazine of 'hard' science fiction. Actively seeking contributors! New writers encouraged to submit their work!" e-mail Schrodinger's Mouse Science And Invention, ed. Hugo Gernsback: nothing on the Web? Science Fantasy, British (Summr 1950-Feb 1966): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction (Mar 1939-Sep 1941): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction -- 1/- Library, British (May 1960?-Jun 1961?): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Adventures (Nov 1952-May 1954; Dec 1956-June 1958): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Adventures, British (Mar 1958-May 1963): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Age (Index): see why they pay the best Science Fiction Classics (May? 1967-Nov 1974?): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Digest (Jan? 1954-March? 1954): nothing on the Web? SF EYE: The EYE is best known as the house organ of the cyberpunks, a 'zine founded nearly ten years ago for the purpose of publishing criticism and art related to cutting edge SF (and anything else interesting to the c-punkish). Science Fiction Fortnightly, see Authentic Science Fiction Science Fiction Horizons, British (Spring 1964-Winter 1965): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Magazine, France (Nov 1953-Feb 1954): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Monthly, see Authentic Science Fiction Science Fiction Monthly, Australia (Aug 1955-Jan 1957): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Plus (Mar 1953-Dec 1953): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Quarterly (Summer 1940-Spring 1943; May 1951-Feb 1958): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Stories (1953-May 1960): nothing on the Web? Science Fiction Weekly: king of on-line zines this is the new URL, as of August 1996 Science Fiction Weekly (Index) Science Fiction Yearbook (1967-?): nothing on the Web? Science Stories (Oct 1953-Apr 1954): nothing on the Web? Science Wonder Quarterly, see Wonder Story Quarterly Science Wonder Stories (June 1929-May 1930): nothing on the Web? Scientific Detective Monthly, see Amazing Detective Tales Scienza Fantastica: Avventure della Spazio Tempo e Dimensione, Italy (Apr 1952-Mar 1953): nothing on the Web? Sci-Fi Webzine semipro scifidimensions Online, editor John Snider, new online science fiction magazine [March 2000] "We've got original fiction, news, reviews, and interviews; plus reporting on science of interest to SF fans. This month's them is "March is Mars Month!". We look at Mars at the movies, on television, and in books. We've got interviews with Dr. Ben Bova (author of Mars and Return to Mars) and Greg Bear (author of Moving Mars)." Scoops, British (10 Feb 1934-23 Jun 1934): nothing on the Web? The Scorpion (Apr 1939): nothing on the Web? The Scrapbook (Mar 1906-Jan 1912), Munsey, absorbed into Cavalier: nothing on the Web? Screen Chills and Macabre Stories, British (Jan 1958): nothing on the Web? Screen Thrills Illustrated (June 1962-?), Forry Ackerman: nothing on the Web? Search (Nov 1953-?) Ray Plamer, originally entitled Mystic: nothing on the Web? Secret Agent X (Feb 1934-Mar 1939): nothing on the Web? Selected Science-Fiction Magazine, Australia (May 1955-Sep 1955): nothing on the Web? SF [Magazine], Japan (Feb 1960-present): nothing on the Web? The Shadow (Apr/June 1931-Summer 1949): The Shadow: web page with with a ton of images by "Lurch & DeeAnn" e-mail Lurch & DeeAnn to whom I credit finding many of the "Shadow" links listed below, and whose site covers some other pulp magazines very nicely. The Shadow's Sanctum new URL The Shadow's Sanctum old, obsolete List "Lurch & DeeAnn" compiled of the Shadow radio episodes on LP and a list of early Shadow collectibles. Also, if you would ever have use of a designer/artist, please review John Sies' web portfolio at John Sies' web portfolio Tim Hewitt's Shadow Page Tim Hewitt's fantastic Shadow wallpapers Shadow site : with a new cover scanned in each week. Small images, but being put on-line in chronological order. The Shadow Radio Theater: Some entire radio episodes in RealAudio. Recommended. J. R. Olsen's "The Shadow" page : Olsen has compiled complete texts of Shadow pulp novels. On-Line Shadow Club Damon's Pulp Page : primarily on "The Shadow" "The Shadow" laughs small but growing site that has a downloadable clip of "the laugh." A Shadow page: Not much content as of Feb 98, will recheck later Tomi Vaisala's Pulp Site: The Avenger, Doc Savage, The Shadow, and Operator 5 note: Samuel H. Post published the paperback of "The Shadow", thereby launching the comics/book revival If you want to expand some other listings (eg. The Phantom Detective), check out my links page (http://www.ulink.net/~lurch/pulp/links.html) for some pulp-related links (including one to the only Phantom Detective page on the web). Additionally, I do not know if The Man From UNCLE has a listing on your page somewhere, but if so, my wife has an UNCLE page at http://www.ulink.net/~lurch/uncle/front.html Sheena, Queen of the Jungle (Spring 1951): nothing on the Web? Shiver Magazine Shiver Magazine, T.L. Craigen: Editor, P.O. Box 178 Surrey V3T 4W8 British Columbia Canada e-mail Shiver Magazine "The Magazine for Active Minds Bent On Twisting Others" an interactive magazine, meaning it's a new world left open for writers to create. Shiver has past (fantasy) stories, present (horror) stories, and future (science-fiction) stories. Shiver grows with each issue. It not only buys stories, it buys characters. If it accepts your work, it will send some blank character sheets for you to fill out if any of your characters have "returnable" quality. These character sheets will be sent to other writers who might want to use them in their own stories. You will be sent character sheets from other stories it has published. It only buys your characters for the use of Shiver. Their contract clearly states that you will still be allowed to pursue any future stories containing your character, and that their rights to it resides only in Shiver. Every time they use your character, you will be paid a recognition fee of $5. Who knows what your creation may become in the world of Shiver? And if you're interested in obtaining character sheets send, us them a self addressed stamped envelope (Please include the genre you're most interested in) and they'll stuff it full of them. Fiction: They want well written, character driven pieces; accept horror, fantasy, and science-fiction. 10,000 words max. Short-stories between 3,500 and 7,000 words. Here is a brief description of their genres. Fantasy: This world is one of many islands. Most of our stories center around a town called Danlin, which has stock wizards, thieves, warriors ect. for you to play with. There are many other lands we have yet to explore. A couple of things to keep in mind is that Danlin only has one dragon left and horses are about the only common animal. Ask someone in Danlin what a rabbit is and they won't know what you're talking about. Horror: They have two settings for the horror writer to explore. One is a small backwoods town called Aiklen which is way up north The other is a city which is extremely generic. It has no name, just mention the west side or the north side ect. to move around. This horror world is very similar to Earth, but it's not Earth. Although it does share some of the same myths, the myths should be a little obscure and the flavor should be strange. The horror world is more like another dimension of Earth where unexplainable things are a little more likely to happen. Science-Fiction: Readers' surveys have made it apparent that although most of their readers do enjoy science-fiction, they are not die-hard fans. This led to the development of an action based STAR WARS style of story for their science-fiction world. This does not mean that they don't encourage involving stories that are based on the technology side, just be sure it's understandable, fun and informative. They enjoy the odd statement slipped between the pages of a good science-fiction story provided it raises a valid and interesting question. As for the world itself, hell, there's an entire world out there for you sci-fi writers to explore. Money: they pay 1 cent per word for the first 5000, 1/2 cent for each word after that; sometimes pay more but we never go below that. Poetry: only one poem per issue, $2.50 min. Artwork/Cartoons: A horror story cartoon with a Dick Tracy format or a Charles Addams style one-shot is great. They'd like to come across a one or two panel strip that we can publish every issue. BLACK ink only please. PHOTOCOPIES because they hate how the mail treats your work. They also keep your work on hand even if we don't use it right away. Also feel free to send us a mini portfolio we use 20-30 artists per year. They recommend you send a self addressed stamped postcard with your portfolio so you'll know it arrived safely. Send a SASE if you want your work back. PAYMENT: $15.00 per full page of inside art, $60.00 for cover work min. They pay by the issue for regular contributors and hope to be able to pay more with each issue. Non-Fiction: They try to publish at least one interview per issue of a respected member of the horror/fantasy/science-fiction community. We also publish articles designed to help writers. Tell them what your article is going to be about. Cult Corner and Horror Homework are articles that they publish every issue. PAYMENT: 1-2 cents per word. GENERAL INFO: Always send an S.A.S.E. (Self addressed stamped envelope) for a reply or if you want your work returned. MANUSCRIPTS: Typed, double spaced and printed on one side of the page. In top right corner on page 1 should be your name, address and phone number with an approximate word count to the nearest 50. Center the title a few spaces below you address with your pen name directly underneath. On every page put your last name/appropriate title abbreviation/page #. Use paper-clips not staples. No disks or registered mail. All manuscripts will be read and they will try to reply within three weeks. If you haven't heard from us in eight weeks, query. They are not responsible for lost work. PLEASE NOTE if you are mailing from the U.S.A. you need to have Canadian postage or an I.R.C. with your S.A.S.E. Multiple submissions are okay as long as you send an S.A.S.E. with each one. Sorry, they don't accept simultaneous submissions. Please indicate if your submissions are disposable! They buy First North American Serial Rights, and no longer accept stories that have been previously published. Shock (March 1948-?; May 1960-Sep 1960): nothing on the Web? Shock Mystery Tales (Dec 1961-Feb 1963): nothing on the Web? Shriek (May 1965-?1966?): nothing on the Web? The Silver Web semipro Sinister Stories (Feb 1940-May 1940): nothing on the Web? S.I.P., Spain (200+ issues, ending 1962): nothing on the Web? The Skipper (Dec 1936-Dec 1937): nothing on the Web? Smash (SF/Fantasy Comix): new and bold Soldiers of Fortune (Sep 1931-May 1932): nothing on the Web? Space (Incorporating Speed Age) (Jan & Apr 1960): nothing on the Web? Space Age (Nov 1958-Dec 1959?): nothing on the Web? Space Fact and Fiction, British (Mar 1954-Oct 1954): nothing on the Web? Space Fiction, Netherlands (in Dutch), dates??? : nothing on the Web? Space Journal (Fall 1958-Dec 1959?): nothing on the Web? Space & Time: 28 years of quality Space Science Fiction Magazine (Index) (May 1952-Sep 1953; Spring & Aug 1957), also a British edition Space Stories (Oct 1953-June 1953): nothing on the Web? Space Travel, see Imaginative Tales Space World (Mar 1960-Sep 1983?): nothing on the Web? Spaceflight, British (Oct 1956-?): nothing on the Web? Spacemen (July 1961-1965), Forry Ackerman: nothing on the Web? Spaceway, see Spaceway Science Fiction Spaceway Science Fiction (Dec 1953-June 1954), also British edition: nothing on the Web? Speculations new address Speculations old, invalid Speculative Fiction and Beyond Speed Magazines Speed Mystery Stories; Speed Detective Stories; Speed Adventure Stories; Speed Western Stories; Super-Detective Stories; Private Detective Stories; Dan Turner--Hollywood Detective): nothing on the Web? Speed Mystery Stories: nothing on the Web? Spencer Magazines, British (Worlds of Fantasy; Futuristic Science Stories; Tales of Tomorrow; Wonders of the Spaceways; Supernatural Stories; Out of This World): nothing on the Web? Spicy Mystery Stories (July? 1934-Dec? 1942): nothing on the Web? The Spider (Oct 1933-Dec 1943): Spider page which covers his appearances in the Pulps and the 2 Columbia movie serials. The Spider's Web Page by Tom Powers Spike Webb, Net Detective: interactive Standard Magazines (Thrilling Wonder Stories; Startling Stories; Strange Stories; Captain Future; Space Stories; Fantastic Story Quarterly; Wonder Story Annual): nothing on the Web? Star Science Fiction (Index) (Jan 1958) Star-Utopia, Austria (in German) (1957-1958): nothing on the Web? Startling Mystery Magazine (Feb & Apr 1940): nothing on the Web? Startling Mystery Stories (Summer 1966-Mar 1971): nothing on the Web? Startling Stories (Jan 1939-Fall 1955), also British and Canadian editions: nothing on the Web? Steel Caves by Bob Campbell who modestly describes the site as: "the premier e-zine of science fiction, fantasy and horror." e-mail Bob Campbell of steelcaves.com Stellar: Stories of Imagination, Ted White's 1968 superb dummy that never went to press: nothing on the Web? Stirring Science Stories (Feb 1941-Mar 1942): nothing on the Web? The Strand, British, had H.G. Wells and H. Rider Haggard stories, (dates??): nothing on the Web? Strange--The Magazine of True Mystery (Mar 1952-July 1952): nothing on the Web? Strange Adventures, British (Sep 1946 and Feb 1947): nothing on the Web? Strange Detective Mysteries (Oct 1937-Oct 1942): nothing on the Web? Strange Detective Stories (Aug? 1932-Feb 1934): nothing on the Web? Strange Love Stories, British, actually a paperback book: nothing on the Web? Strange Stories (Feb 1939-Feb 1941): nothing on the Web? Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror (Sep 1931-Jan 1933): nothing on the Web? Strange Tales of the Mysterious and Supernatural, British (Feb 1946 and Mar 1946): nothing on the Web? Street and Smith, major US fantasy/SF magazine publisher, launched in 1919: nothing on the Web? Summer Science Fiction, H. Santesson editor, Great American Publications, planned but never launched: nothing on the Web? Super-Detective, (?-Oct 1940?): nothing on the Web? Super Science and Fantastic Stories, see Super Science Stories Super-Science Fiction (Dec 1956-Oct 1959): nothing on the Web? Super Science Novels, see Super Science Stories Super Science Stories (Mar 1940-May 1943, Jan 1949-Aug 1951), also British and Canadian editions: nothing on the Web? Super Spazio, Italy (Nov 1961-Nov 1962): nothing on the Web? Supernatural Stories, British (May 1954-?1967): nothing on the Web? Suspense (Spring 1951-Winter 1952): nothing on the Web? Suspense Stories, British (early 1950s?): nothing on the Web? Swan American Magazine, British (2 SF issues No.11 in 1948 and No.15 in 1950): nothing on the Web? Swan Yankee Magazine, British, 3 SF issues: No.3 (June 1941), No.11 (Mar? 1942), No.21 (July 1942), and one Weird issue No. 6 (Apr? 1942): nothing on the Web?
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Talebones semipro Tales of Ghosts and Haunted Houses, British (Dec 1938): nothing on the Web? Tales of Magic and Mystery (Dec 1927-Apr 1928): nothing on the Web? Tales of Terror, British (1937?): nothing on the Web? Tales of Terror From Beyond (Summer 1964): nothing on the Web? Tales of the Frightened (Spring 1957 and Aug 1957): nothing on the Web? Tales of the Uncanny (? 1937-? 1938): nothing on the Web? Tales of Tomorrow, British (Sep 1950-Oct? 1954): nothing on the Web? Tales of Wonder, British (Sep 1950-Sep? 1954): nothing on the Web? Tangent (Index): uniquely personal Das Taschenbuch, Germany (?1958-? 1958): nothing on the Web? 10 Story Fantasy (Spring 1951), Donald Wollheim: nothing on the Web? Terra, Germany (Aug 1957-? 1968): nothing on the Web? Terra Extra, Germany (Jun? 1962-? 1968): nothing on the Web? Terra Incognita semipro Terra Nova, Germany (? 1968-?): nothing on the Web? Terra Sonderband, Germany (May 1958-? 1965): nothing on the Web? Terror Tales (Sep 1934-Jan/Feb 1941): nothing on the Web? This Week Magazine, newspaper supplement which has featured a Sax Rohmer "Fu Manchu" story (6 Oct 1957) and "Life on Mars" by Werner Von Braun (24 Apr 1960): nothing on the Web? The Thrill Book (1 Mar 1919-15 Oct 1919): nothing on the Web? Thriller (Feb 1962-July 1962): nothing on the Web? Thrilling Mystery (Oct 1935-Fall 1944): nothing on the Web? Thrilling Stories, British, actually a paperback book: nothing on the Web? Thrilling Wonder Stories (Aug 1936-Winter 1955), continuation of Wonder Stories, also British and Canadian editions: nothing on the Web? Thrills, British (? 1938?): nothing on the Web? Thrills Incorporated, Australia (Mar 1950-June 1952): nothing on the Web? Titan a new Science Fiction Webzine edited by Chad Cottle, 840 Spindrift Way, San Jose, CA 95134 e-mail Chad Cottle/Titan Tomorrow (Fall 1952-?) Occult nonfiction: nothing on the Web? Tomorrow Speculative Fiction: as of 15 January 1997 this distinguished magazine edited and art directed by Algis "A.J. Budrys will cease paper publication and become solely on-line Tomorrow Speculative Fiction (Index): published Nebula semifinalist best short story "Stop-It-Now" by Jonathan Vos Post in June 1995; consistent high value Top Notch (mid 1920s-1935?): nothing on the Web? Tops in Science Fiction (Spring 1953 and Fall 1953), also British edition: nothing on the Web? Transversions Treasury of Great Science Fiction Stories (1964-1966): nothing on the Web? True Mystic Crimes, see Mystic Magazine True Mystic Science (? 1938-? 1939): nothing on the Web? True Strange (Oct 1956-Feb 1958): nothing on the Web? True Twilight Tales (Fall 1963-Spring 1964): nothing on the Web? True Weird Stories (Nov 1955-May 1956): nothing on the Web? Twilight Zone Magazine (To Be Done): nothing on the Web? Two Complete Science-Adventure Books (Winter 1950-Spring 1954): nothing on the Web?
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Uncanny Stories (Apr 1941), see below Uncanny Stories (Index) Uncanny Tales (Oct 1938-May 1940): nothing on the Web? Uncanny Tales, Canada (Nov 1940-Sep 1943): nothing on the Web? Universe Science Fiction (June 1953-Mar 1955): nothing on the Web? Unearth: e-mail John M. Landsberg Stories in 2 issues of F&SF, Universe 1 and 2 (Silverberg & Haber, eds.), and Full Spectrum 4 and 5. Creator/co-editor of UNEARTH, The Magazine of Science Fiction Discoveries, which first published William Gibson, James P. Blaylock, Craig Shaw Gardner, and others. Also director of "Marrying Darcy", romantic comedy feature film. In the mid-70's, John M. Landsberg, Jonathan Ostrowsky, and Craig Shaw Gardner met in an adult education science fiction writing class taught by Hal Clement in Boston. After the class ended, these three, being the most avid sf enthusiasts in the class, discovered that they wanted to remain in contact, and therefore established a writing group that met regularly at Ostrowsky's and Landsberg's apartments on Beacon Hill. Landsberg soon revealed that he had a dream of creating a magazine that would be exclusively for unpublished writers, and Ostrowsky said, "Let's do it!" And the die was cast. Gardner was hesitant, but agreed to function as a contributing editor. Landsberg proposed a ground rule that the others seconded heartily: They would not publish their own fiction; UNEARTH (as Landsberg named it) would never be viewed as a vanity mag. Landsberg then proceeded to convince Hal Clement to write a science column for the magazine, and Harlan Ellison to write a writing column (Ellison was apparently convinced to sign on by Landsberg's chutzpah in even daring to ask him to contribute). Landsberg then proposed the "First Sale" feature, which would reprint the first stories of major authors, with new intro's by the authors. And then Landsberg got into medical school in Albany, New York, leaving Ostrowsky to handle the Herculean day-to-day effort of actually running the thing. While in medical school, Landsberg returned to Boston almost every weekend to help sift through stories, write copy, help with paste-up, or do whatever Ostrowsky told him needed to be done at the time. An UNEARTH policy was that every submitted story received a personal response, never a form rejection (until much later when the number of submissions became gargantuan.) Final decision on which stories saw print was shared equally between Ostrowsky and Landsberg; amazingly, they never encountered any serious disagreement in this area. After publishing many writers who went on to success in sf, some of whom are now quite prominent, the ironic reality of UNEARTH's demise was that they couldn't come up with enough money to publish one more issue, at a time when advertising revenue from that issue should have been enough to put them at last into the black, after two years of hard work in the red. Unknown (Index) Unknown, see Unknown Worlds Unknown Worlds (Mar 1939-Oct 1943), see hotlink for index, above Unusual Stories (May/June 1935 and Winter 1935): nothing on the Web? Urania, Italy (Nov 1952-Dec 1953): nothing on the Web? Urania rivistasite in Italian by Luigi Petruzzelli with other links related to Italian science fiction magazines Uranus, Austria (in German) (1957-Jun? 1958): nothing on the Web? The Urbanite semipro Utopia, Belgium (in French) (1961-May 1963): nothing on the Web? Utopia-Grossband, Germany (1954-1963): nothing on the Web? Utopia-Kleinband, Germany, see Utopia-Zukunftsromane Utopia-Kriminal, Germany (Feb 1956-Feb 1958): nothing on the Web? Utopia-Magazin, Germany (Dec? 1955-May 1959): nothing on the Web? Utopia-Sonderband, Germany, see Utopia-Magazin Utopia-Taschenroman, Germany (mid 1957-mid 1959): nothing on the Web? Utopia-Zukunftsromane, Germany (1953-1968): nothing on the Web? Utopian Publications Ltd., British firm begun in 1939?, with variety of magazines and paperback books, most very collectible: nothing on the Web?
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Valkyrie Vampire Dan's Story Emporium a magazine of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The magazine appears in print format and is released quarterly. . Interviews to appear on the web page very soon, as well as contests. Paying 1/4 cent per word for fiction starting with issue 5. Issue 4 is coming out in late 1997. e-mail editor Daniel Paul Medici Vanguard Science Fiction (June 1958), see James Blish: nothing on the Web? Vargo Statten Science Fiction Magazine, a.k.a. British Space Fiction Magazine: nothing on the Web? Veckans Aventyr, see Jules Verne Magasinet: nothing on the Web? Venture Science Fiction (Jan 1957-July 1958): nothing on the Web? ViperBlue Vision Quest Online (RPG) Vortex Science Fiction (1953): nothing on the Web?
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Web Terror Stories (Oct 1958-July 1965?): nothing on the Web? Weird and Occult, British (May 1960?-May 1961?): nothing on the Web? Weird Story Magazine, British (Aug 1940-June 1948): nothing on the Web? Weird Tales (Mar 1923-Sep 1954) and then another incarnation: nothing on the Web? Weird World, British (Fall 1955-Spring 1956): nothing on the Web? Der Weltraumfahrer, Germany (Jan 1958?-Oct 1958?): nothing on the Web? Werewolves and Vampires (1962): nothing on the Web? The Whisperer (Oct 1936-Apr 1942): nothing on the Web? Wicked Mystic semipro Witch's Tales (Nov 1936-Dec 1936): nothing on the Web? Wonder Stories (June 1930-Apr 1936): nothing on the Web? Wonder Stories Annual (1950-1953): nothing on the Web? Wonder Stories Quarterly (Fall 1929-Winter 1933): nothing on the Web? Wonders of the Spaceways, British (Nov 1950-1954): nothing on the Web? World Famous Creatures (Oct 1958-June 1959): nothing on the Web? Worlds Beyond (Dec 1950-Feb 1951): nothing on the Web? Worlds of Fantasy, British (Jun 1950-Jun 1954): nothing on the Web? Worlds of Fantasy, American (Sep 1968-Spring 1971): nothing on the Web? Worlds of If (Index) Worlds of Fantasy and Horror Worlds of Tomorrow (Index) Worlds of the Universe, British (Fall 1953): nothing on the Web?
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X Science Fiction (Fall 1954 dummy issue): nothing on the Web? Zauberkreis SF, Germany (?-1970?): nothing on the Web? Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., bought Amazing Stories in 1938... a long story thereafter: nothing on the Web?
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PULP MAGAZINES: Miscellaneous Links

Chris Kalb's Hero Pulp Site: Highly recommended page on a reasonably comprehensive list of characters. QuickTime movies of The Spider and his Spider Kit. QuickTime VR Spider ring, .wav's, cover scans, more. Pulp Index: Good link list on AOL The Pulp Page: Superior content. Good list of pulp authors. Time lines of various magazines. Tomi Vaisala's Pulp Site: The Avenger, Doc Savage, The Shadow, and Operator 5 Greg Swan's Pulp Literature Page Pulp Indexes On-line: Fairly comprehensive set of hero pulps listed here; Greg Swan has also apparently re-posted some of the data from Magic Dragon and the "Lurch & DeeAnn" pages (see "The Shadow", above). James Bond and the Pulps Useful data on various pulp heroes, with focus on James Bond, 007 Berry's Pulp Page: quick-loading useful jump point to selected pulp sites.

Science Fiction and Pulp Page: another good quick-loading jump point to selected pulp sites. The Street Lamp: Smith & Street Preservation Project: Recommended web site on the major American pulp magazine publisher, its titles, writers, art, hostory, and context Sciience Fiction and Pulp Covers: Basically an image gallery of science fiction and miscellaneous paperbacks with strikingly visual covers, some pulp magazine covers mixed in. Return to Magazines Table of Contents ************** End of Magazine/Newsletter Hotlinks **********


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