Did this blogger just invent a new subgenre of science fiction?

Over at Livejournal, New Zealand blogger Stella Matutina writes about how much she's been enjoying the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction lately. And then she comes up with an intriguing description of some of her favorite stories that she's read in there: » 3/13/12 4:38pm 3/13/12 4:38pm

Free Online: F&SF's Tale Of A Dog That Is Not A Dog, And A Messy Love…

The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction has joined forces with Suvudu, Random House's science-fiction site, to offer free fiction online — which means you can check out John Langan's haunting story "City Of The Dog." » 1/12/10 12:00pm 1/12/10 12:00pm

60 Years Of Strange Parables And Unsettling Discoveries, In One Volume

The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction has been at the forefront of genre short fiction for sixty years. And current editor Gordon Van Gelder had the unenviable task of choosing just 23 stories to represent those six decades. » 9/09/09 11:20am 9/09/09 11:20am

Hear The Voices Behind 60 Years Of Fantastic Stories

A new anthology, out now, covers the highlights of 60 years of The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction. To celebrate The Very Best Of F&SF from Tachyon Press, Rick Kleffel interviewed some classic authors that both companies have published. » 9/03/09 10:00am 9/03/09 10:00am

F&SF's Workshop Is Part Of An Effort To Reach Out To New Writers, Says…

A new writing workshop organized by the Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction will provide three stories to the magazine per year, according to F&SF. And editor Gordon Van Gelder tells io9 it may actually boost unpublished authors' chances otherwise. » 7/01/09 11:43am 7/01/09 11:43am

Fantasy & Science Fiction's New Workshop Creates A Controversy

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction has established a new writing workshop with former Asimov's Magazine editor Gardner Dozois, and F&SF editor Gordon Van Gelder says the workshop will supply stories to F&SF in future. Although it's great for experienced editors like Dozois and Van Gelder to share their hard-won… » 6/30/09 2:23pm 6/30/09 2:23pm

Don't Blow Up The Spaceship Until The Second Paragraph!

Aspiring short story writers — and pretty much anybody who enjoys reading short fiction — should jet over to John Joseph Adams' blog. He's just reposted a roundtable featuring editors of three of the top short fiction magazines (Gordon Van Gelder with Fantasy & Science Fiction » 10/09/08 1:00pm 10/09/08 1:00pm, Sheila Williams with and Susan Marie…

Many-Handed Giant's Body Slowly Disintegrates

Hey, science fiction artists! Stop anthropomorphizing space stations and outposts! Just because a space station is run by artificial intelligences doesn't mean it has to look human — where are all the giant space lions these days? Actually, just kidding — this humanoid floaty station looks cool and impassive, and… » 5/01/08 4:00pm 5/01/08 4:00pm