E-zines that publish fiction stories based on scientific principles and/or use ideas based on magic or myth. To qualify as an e-zine, a site must have a regular publication schedule and feature the writings of more than one person.
New science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories are posted twice a month, with short fiction updated weekly. Features include book reviews, a message board, and links to resources for writers.
Along with original science fiction novels, short stories, and serials, this monthly online magazine offers the Mare Inebrium story series about happenings in a spaceport bar.
Short stories and episodic fiction published weekly.
Award-winning monthly featuring science fiction, fantasy and horror stories from new and established authors, as well as podcasts, commentary, interviews and editorials.
Publishes stories produced by a collaborative group of writers, all set in the late medieval fantasy world called Dargon. New issues are released monthly.
Original fiction, poetry, and artwork are published bi-monthly. Includes related non-fiction and writing workshop. E-mail version available.
Stories include science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative, and experimental works. Published quarterly.
Bi-monthly electronic publication of stories set in Eric Flint's "1632" universe. Each issue features several submissions from pro and fan authors. Subscription.
Speculative fiction, including slipstream, is updated weekly. Monthly issues also offer a book review and commentary from a featured author.
Short stories, novel extracts, reviews, and features, with new material added weekly.
Stories focused on heroes and episodic short fiction. Quarterly.
Short stories and poems with exploring the modern mythos and its roots, published quarterly. Illustrated. Submissions accepted.
Speculative fiction with a heroic tone and a positive outlook shares the spotlight with news and reviews.
New science fiction, fantasy, alternative writing, and artwork are posted each month. Links to services for writers and "drinkers with a writing problem" are also available.
Short stories and poems from sword and sorcery to space opera, hard-boiled noir to vampire yarns. Monthly.
Updated weekly with illustrated stories from professional authors including Michael Moorcock, Scott Cupp, Joe Lansdale and others. Edited by Rick Klaw.
Quarterly journal of classic and modern fantasy stories, poetry, and serialized novellas. Includes forum and weblog.
Speculative fiction with a focus on plausible science, including short stories, sections from unpublished novels in progress, and sample chapters from published works.
Weekly that features stories, cartoons, and recordings in the sub-genre.
A weekly speculative fiction e-zine that offers science fiction and fantasy stories, poetry, art, reviews, and author interviews.
Edited by Eileen Gunn, with new stories by writers such as Neal Barrett Jr., Michael Swanwick, and Gene Wolf. Includes reviews, essays, and a weblog by Bruce Sterling. Published monthly, but some features are updated more frequently.
Tales of horror, suspense, fantasy, science fiction, and magic realism fill a quarterly webzine of speculative fiction and art.
Cross-genre speculative fiction is the focus of this quarterly magazine that offers science fiction, fantasy, and magic realism stories, poetry, and artwork.
Stories set in the myriad worlds of the Orion's Arm Universe Project. Includes novella writing contest, editorials, poetry, serieals, and reviews. Quarterly.
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