You know, for a birthday or such? There’s also the Kindle, which would be rockin. Seriously rockin. You can read these on a Kindle, Amazon’s new revolutionary eBook reader. A Kindle will save the countless trees and storage space that take up much of any collector’s home. I’d love to be able to get these magazines and newer SF books on an electronic format, and the Kindle is, at this point, the best of the bunch for recreating the sense of reading from a book. But, the mags:
Interzone magazine, which is now celebrating its 25th year, has launched the careers of a great many SF and Fantasy writers. It is often shortlisted for awards and has won the Hugo and British Fantasy Awards. Interzone includes many features including interviews, news, and reviews. The magazine is currently published every other month and continues to publish some of the world’s finest writers and most talented newcomers. Amongst those to have graced its pages are Brian Aldiss, Sarah Ash, Michael Moorcock, Bruce Sterling, William Gibson, M. John Harrison, Stephen Baxter, Iain M Banks, J.G. Ballard, Kim Newman, Alastair Reynolds, Harlan Ellison, Greg Egan, Gwyneth Jones, Jonathan Lethem, Geoff Ryman, Rachel Pollack, Charles Stross, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, John Brunner, Paul McAuley, Ian R. MacLeod, Christopher Priest….
Each issue features fiction, editorials, interviews, reviews, news and gossip. Interzone’s reviews cover a wide range of topics, which have included film, DVD, books, manga, and podcasts. Each new issue automatically appears in your bookshelf when it becomes available, and you will receive an email notification when new issues arrive. Subscriptions are convenient and save you money! [Publisher Note: 6 magazines are delivered each year–the magazine is published every other month.]
Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine publishes outstanding short fantasy and science fiction by today’s leading authors. As we celebrate our 30th anniversary, we continue to showcase stories that are innovative and entertaining. Our stories have won 44 Hugos and 25 Nebula Awards. n addition to fiction, readers stay informed about SF and fantasy through a monthly editorial column, an Internet column, insightful book reviews, and thought-provoking articles about science and science fiction.
The Kindle Edition of Asimov’s Science Fiction features double issues in the months of April and October. In these instances, you will not receive an issue the following month (i.e. there will be no May and November issues). For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your Kindle at the same time the print edition hits the newsstand.