Tangent currently reviews the following print monthly publications.
- Amazing StoriesFirst published in 1926, Amazing Stories has been a beloved source for fans of science fiction and remains a classic magazine with an oft-imitated logo. Now reimagined for a new generation of fans, Amazing Stories launches into the 21st century with the definitive editorial voice across the entire spectrum of sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes, and supernatural horror, as well as cutting-edge fiction from today's top authors. Amazing Stories features reviews and previews of the latest movies, TV, DVDs, books comics and story-driven electronic games, as well as interviews with the creators of these stories. Each issue also contains original fiction from the world's top authors, as readers of Amazing Stories have come to expect from the magazine.
Editor-In-Chief: Jeff Berkwits
- AnalogThe pages of Analog have been home to many of science fiction's foremost writers and stories. Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, Poul Anderson, Spider Robinson, Lois McMaster Bujold, and Michael F. Flynn are just a few of the prominent names which have often appeared here, and we have a long tradition of discovering and cultivating new talent.In 2017 Analog switched from a monthly publication to 6 bi-monthly issues. Reviews beginning with the Jan/Feb 2017 issue can now be found at the Print/Bi-monthly section on our front page.
Editor: Trevor Quachri
Circulation Manager: Sandy Marlowe
Publisher: Peter Kanter
Associate Publisher: Christine Begley
- Asimov'sStories from Asimov's have won 41 Hugos and 24 Nebula Awards, and our editors have received 18 Hugo Awards for Best Editor. Asimov's was also the 2001 recipient of the Locus Award for Best Magazine.In 2017 Asimov's switched from a monthly schedule to 6 bi-monthly issues. Beginning with the Jan/Feb 2017 issue, reviews can be found at the Print/Bi-monthly section on the front page.
Editor: Sheila Williams
- ChronicleChronicle was founded in New York in 1978 (as Science Fiction Chronicle) by Andrew I. Porter as a sister magazine to the Hugo Award-winning Algol (later Starship), The Magazine About Science Fiction, published from 1963-84. At first a department of Algol, it grew in popularity and became a regular publication in June, 1979. Since then it has published nearly two hundred issues, covering every aspect of the genre, from mainstream publishing to gaming to fan activities. It was purchased by DNA Publications in May 2000.subscriptions: http://www.dnapublications.com/info/dnasubs.htmNews Editor: Ian Strock
Editor-in-Chief: Warren Lapine
- DragonPublished for over 28 years, and with more than 320 issues under its proverbial belt, Dragon is one of the defining icons of gaming culture. Dragon is the official source of information regarding all aspects of the Dungeons & Dragons hobby and provides D&D players with the tools, utilities, and excitement they need to raise the level of their play experience. Each issue features new spells, feats, magic items, game advice, and industry news, all designed with the Dungeons & Dragons enthusiast in mind. Dragon also presents an exclusive bonus quarterly catalog previewing new D&D releases from Wizards of the Coast.
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.
Publisher/Editor: Gordon Van Gelder
- Forgotten WorldsEach month, Forgotten Worlds aspires to bring to you the very best works of speculative fiction, horror, fantasy, macabre, or out-and-out strangeness.Editors: John Cooper & Graeme PenmanSub-Editor/Proofreader: Emma Cooper
- M-Brane SF
A monthly SF magazine/book published out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.