Dear Amazing Stories Readers: We've been bringing you daily content since 2012 as well as having published online three issues of Amazing Stories. Now we're asking for your help to bring back the print edition of the Amazing Stories magazine. Please visit our Kickstarter page and make your donation to restart the world's original Science Fiction magazine. Consider this, if just half of our 41,000+ members gave $10 to get the digital subscription we would be fully funded for nearly two years!

Click and Contribute at Kickstarter

Amazing Stories

If Amazing Stories Were A Hugo Finalist, My Love: The Top 25 Posts of All Time

Here are our Top Twenty Five Posts of All Time!

1. What Happens When People Confuse Alternate History for Real History?

2. Top 20 Vampires in Books & Literature

3. Open Source Horror: The Slender Man

4. Deconstructing Horror: Haunted Houses

5. A Publisher’s Perspective on Profits: ebooks vs print

6. The Conjuring (2013)

7. Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Traditional Publishing by the Numbers

8. More Sci-fi Shows to Hit Screens in 2013

9. What’s the Trouble With Selfies? Speculative Fiction and the Mirror Effect

10. How I’ll Be Casting My Final Hugo Vote

11. Pushing Fannish Buttons: Chi Fi vs The Westin River North Hotel of Chicago

12. The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke

13. Wonder Woman: Relevant or Ridiculous?

14. It’s (Not) Rocket Science: John Aaron: “SCE to AUX”

15. The Ten Greatest Wizards of All Time

16. Individualism, Atheism, and the Search for God in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road

17. Characters: Clare of Claymore

18. Books That Never Were – Farewell Atlantis

19. Women in Armour vs. Chicks in Chain-mail

20. There’s Something About Night Vale


22. Happy New Year! My Top 25 Horror Moments Of 2013

23. An Olive Branch for the Puppies

24. Interview with Award-Winning Author Lois McMaster Bujold

25. The Art of the Shaver Mystery

Reads of our Top Ten (over the course of 42 months range from nearly 7,000 to over 25,000.  The content above covers alternate history, film, awards, the publishing industry and, surprisingly, quite a bit of horror, science and the space program, social issues, podcasts, straight reportage and reviews.

Check them out.

Leave a Reply