Publishing

Self-publishing Competitions: Leave Your Elves At Home

Self-publishing Competitions: Leave Your Elves At Home

The enormous media interest in self-publishing has been fired by the breakthrough success of Wool by Hugh Howey, so SF is leading the way in this field. It's strange therefore to hear the Guardian's flamboyant Books section editor Claire Armistead wa... Read More »

Interview with Robert MacAnthony, Founder of Long Count Press

Interview with Robert MacAnthony, Founder of Long Count Press

An interview with Robert MacAnthony, founder of the new speculative fiction small press Long Count Press. Read More »

The Artful Collector: Where Are They Now?  Spotlight on Jill Bauman

The Artful Collector: Where Are They Now? Spotlight on Jill Bauman

Jane Frank looks at Jill Bauman's work. Read More »

Self-publishing Odyssey: Part 3 The Dirty Business Of Promotion

Self-publishing Odyssey: Part 3 The Dirty Business Of Promotion

A look at self-publishing promotional strategies. Read More »

Netflix for Books…How to Make this Model Work

Netflix for Books…How to Make this Model Work

There has been a bunch of news lately about subscription services and books…the so called “Netflix for Books.”  The premise is simple, you pay a monthly fee and then you pick books from their library.  There are three major players ... Read More »

AMAZING STORIES 88TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

AMAZING STORIES 88TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

We've got a new issue coming - surprise! Read More »

¿Qué está Pasando? 88 Años de Amazing Stories.

¿Qué está Pasando? 88 Años de Amazing Stories.

Tanya reflects on her involvement with Amazing and what it may mean for the future. Read More »

The Indie Book Tidal Wave…What Does it Mean for Bookstores, Publishers & Writers?

The Indie Book Tidal Wave…What Does it Mean for Bookstores, Publishers & Writers?

The publishing industry is changing because we are changing, not the other way around. We are directing that change. We are directing that change every bit as much as we are directing changes in other important elements in our lives. Read More »

SOME OF THE BEST YA SF EVER: The “Winston Juveniles”—Part One

SOME OF THE BEST YA SF EVER: The “Winston Juveniles”—Part One

Back in the Good Old (or Bad, depends on your point of view) Days, fiction—especially SF—that was written for a teen audience was called “Juvenile” fiction; I don’t believe any disparagement was meant, or at least we juveniles (except for the “delinq... Read More »

A Collector’s Tale

A Collector’s Tale

Ralph 124C41+ was the first modern american science fiction novel, written by the father of science fiction, Hugo Gernsback, and published in installments in his Modern Electrics magazine in 1911. One of our contributors acquired a 1st edition decad... Read More »

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