By Colin Greer, Herbert Kohl

A different number of tales, poems, proverbs, and fables by way of well-known writers, together with essays approximately every one paintings, emphasizes self-discovery and personality improvement and gives a liberal substitute to the best-selling A publication of Virtues. 75,000 first printing. $60,000 ad/promo. journey.

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Com; its subscription address is Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Dell Magazines, 267 Broadway, Fourth Floor, New York, NY 10007-2352. S. 97 overseas. O. 97 overseas. html; the subscription address for both is TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambridge CB6 2LB, England, UK. com, or for the Kindle, the NOOK, and other handheld readers. * * * There were more losses from the print semiprozine market this year, with Zahir transitioning from print to electronic format and then dying altogether, Weird Tales being sold, with its future in doubt, and Electric Velocipede, Black Gate, and criticalzine The New York Review of Science Fiction on the verge of transitioning to electronic formats as well.

The editors include publisher Andy Cox and Andy Hedgecock. TTA Press, Interzone’s publisher, also publishes the straight horror or dark suspense magazine Black Static, which is beyond our purview here, but of a similar level of professional quality. Realms of Fantasy, in what will theoretically be its last full year (see here), ran noteworthy stuff by Richard Parks, Lisa Goldstein, Thea Hutcheson, Alan Smale, and others. The British magazine Postscripts has reinvented itself as an anthology, and is reviewed as such in the anthology section that follows, but I’ll list the subscription information here, for lack of anywhere else to put it, and because, unlike most other anthology series, you can subscribe to Postscripts.

Uk). com). com) is a “consortium of over twenty professional authors,” including Vonda N. McIntyre, Laura Ann Gilman, Sarah Zittel, Brenda Clough, and others, who have created a Web site where work by them—mostly reprints and some novel excerpts—is made available for free. org, podcasting mostly fantasy). com). * * * The three best SF anthologies of the year were all edited by Jonathan Strahan: Engineering Infinty (Solaris Books), Life on Mars: Tales from the New Frontier (Viking), and Eclipse Four: New Science Fiction and Fantasy (Night Shade Books).

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