One of the greatest science fiction magazines
today. Fantasy and Science Fiction allows you to read good stories from new authors in both science fiction
. Like any magazine, the work is of varying quality
, but I have never read a magazine
that had nothing of value in it. Stories in Fantasy and Science fiction are often slightly experimental, and explore new areas of science fiction
. The magazine also seems to take a very non-homophobic
stance, though this is becoming popular throughout the genre
. It pleases me to see that science fiction
is still ahead in social issues.
Fantasy and Science Fiction recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. If you can get your hands on the October/November issue from 1999, I highly recommend it. It's 320 pages, and has a lot of great material from Lucius Shepard, Ursala K. Le Guin, Robert Silverberg, Kate Wilhelm, Terry Bisson, Harlan Ellison, Ron Goulart, Theodore Sturgeon, Jonathon Carrol, Poul Anderson, Howard Waldrop, Robert Sheckley, Gene Wolfe, Carol Emshwiller, Judith Merril, Ray Bradbury, and Gregory Benford.