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the genre's premiere review magazine for short SF & Fantasy since 1993

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, founded in 1949, is the award-winning SF magazine which is the original publisher of SF classics like Stephen King's The Dark Tower, Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon, and Walter M. Miller's A Canticle for Leibowitz.

Please note that with the April-May 2009 issue F&SF changed to a bi-monthly schedule, publishing 6 over-sized issues a year. Reviews after the March 2009 issue can be found at the Print/Bi-Monthly section.

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Publisher/Editor: Gordon Van Gelder


Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2004

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"A Little Learning" by Matthew Hughes
"Zero's Twin" by A. A. Attanasio
"Faces" by Joe Haldeman
"The Zombie Prince" by Kit Reed
"By The LIght Of Day" by Arthur Porges
"Glinky" by Ray Vukcevich
"After The Gaud Chrysalis" by Charles Coleman Finlay

Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2004

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"How It Feels" by Robert Reed
"So Good A Day" by Sheila Finch
"Kissing Frogs" by Jaye Lawrence
"The Masked City" by Melanie Fazi
"The Long Run" by John Morressy
"Jew If By Sea" by Richard Mueller
"Serpent" by James Patrick Kelly
"Quarry" by Peter S. Beagle

Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 2004

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"The Ocean of the Blind" by James L. Cambias
"The Unpleasantness at Le Chateau Malveillant" by John Morressy
"The Forest on the Asteroid" by Robert Sheckley
"The Millstone" by Kate Mason
"The Seventh Daughter" by Bruce McAllister
"Silent Echoes" by Albert E. Cowdrey
"Gas" by Ray Vukcevich
"Dancer in the Dark" by David Gerrold

Fantasy and Science Fiction, March 2004

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"Mastermindless" Matthew Hughes
"Ultraviolet Night" Jim Young
"Pervert" Charles Coleman Finlay
"Many Voices" M. Rickert
"A Peaceable Man" Alex Irvine


Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 2004

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"The People of Sand and Slag" by Paolo Bacigalupi
"Rapper" by Albert E. Cowdrey
"Invisible Kingdoms" by Steven Utley
"Free, and Clear" by Daryl Gregory
"Metal More Attractive" by Ysabeau S. Wilce
"The Pebbles of Sai-No-Kawara" by Chet Williamson
"River of the Queen" by Robert Reed

Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 2004

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"Nimitseahpah" by Nancy Etchemendy
"Confessional" by Sheila Finch
"Welcome to Justice 2.0" by George Tucker
"The Growlimb" by Michael Shea
"The Seal Hunter" by Charles Coleman Finlay
"Heart's Desire" by Garth Nix
"Serostatus" by John Peyton Cooke

Fantasy and Science Fiction, Oct/Nov. 2003

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"The Bear's Baby" by Judith Moffett
"Four Short Novels" by Joe Haldeman
"The Artificer's Tale" by John Morressy
"Hooyoo Love" by Fred Chappell
"Hunter Lake" by Gene Wolfe
"The Navatar" by Jerry Oltion
"The Census Taker" by Dale Bailey
"Like Minds" by Robert Reed
"Almost Home" by Terry Bisson


Fantasy & Science Fiction, September 2003

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"Alfred Bester Is Alive and Well and Living in Winterset, Iowa" by Bret Bertholf
"I Killed Them in Vegas" by Esther M. Friesner
"The Only Known Jump Across Time" by Eugene Mirabelli
"White Cloud" by Elaine Stirling
"Tropical Nights at the Natatorium" by Richard Paul Russo
"Pictures from an Expedition" by Alex Irvine


Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 2003

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"Dragon's Gate" by Pat Murphy
"Tutorial" by John Langan
"The Chambered Fruit" by M. Rickert
"Spawning" by Harvey Jacobs
"Doggy Love" by Scott Bradfield
"Red Leather Tassels" by Benjamin Rosenbaum
"Foreign Exchange" by Robin Aurelian


Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 2003

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"Wild Thing" by Charles Coleman Finlay
"Dragonhead" by Nick DiChario
"The Tangled Strings of Marionettes" by Adam-Troy Castro
"Possibilities" by Eyal Teler
"Repository" by Carol Emshwiller
"Clem Crowder's Catch" by Al Michaud


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