Here’s a list of some of the best current SFF magazines.
For readers, they provide regular short fiction from new and established authors and a few of them also publish poetry.
For writers, all of these magazines pay at professional rates as recognised by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers’ Association (SFWA).
I have no connection with any of these publications; please check their websites for subscription and submission information, etc.
- http://analogsf.com Analog
- http://apex-magazine.com/ Apex
- http://asimovs.com Asimov’s
- http://beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/ Beneath Ceaseless Skies
- http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/ Clarkesworld
- http://crossedgenres.com/ Crossed Genres
- http://sfsite.com/fsf The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
- http://www.scifi-and-fantasy.land/articles/grievous-angel–the-poetry—flash-fiction-webzine-7893 Grievous Angel
- http://lightspeedmagazine.com Lightspeed Magazine
- http://strangehorizons.com Strange Horizons
- http://tor.com Tor.com
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2 thoughts on “Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazines”
You forgot Goblin Fruit, which nearly made the Hugo ballot for best semi-pro ‘zine. And it’s a purely poetry magazine!!!
Thanks, Diane. Today’s list concentrated on SFWA-recognised magazines, in a future post I will include more “underground” zines like the Goblins.