Analog Science Fiction And Fact Magazine
Analog Science Fiction & Fact is a literary magazine that publishes stimulating science fiction stories, provocative editorials and fascinating science-fact articles. It features top-quality, groundbreaking hard science fiction written by outstanding contributing writers, with input from many other notables in the science fiction field. Real science and technology have always been important in Analog, not only as the foundation of its fiction, but as the subject of articles about real research with big implications for the future. You will receive 6 physical issues, in a year, each of which counts as a double issue.More Info >>
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About Analog Science Fiction And Fact
Since its launch in 1930, Analog Science Fiction and Fact continues to bring together celebrated authors, new talent, and award-winning stories, poems and articles. Originally published as Astounding Stories of Science Fiction, Analog remains the unparalleled literary magazine in the genre, and rewards readers with realistic stories that reflect both the highest standards of scientific accuracy and the far reaches of the imagination, as well as lively articles about current research on the cutting edge of science.
The magazine has a long-standing tradition of publishing some of the world's finest science fiction and fact. Its content is produced by attentive, forward-thinking writers who consider how science and technology might develop in the future and how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. Each story is an "analog simulation" of a possible future, merging the imagined science in the stories published in the magazine and the real science being done in laboratories around the world.
The pages of Analog have been home to many of science fiction's foremost writers, such as Isaac Asimov, Poul Anderson, Greg Bear, Ben Bova and Timothy Zahn, to name just a few. Analog has also published over 60 Hugo and Nebula award-winning stories from the most prominent science fiction authors in the world, including such classics as Orson Scott Card's "Ender's Game," Frank Herbert's "Dune" and Anne McCaffrey's "Dragonflight."
Readers will appreciate each issue's mix of fascinating stories about real people in potentially real futures (some terrifying, some exhilarating, some both); fact articles and columns about real trends in science and society; reviews of new books and an ongoing dialog with our readers in the letter column. No matter the era, the magazine's underlying philosophy remains the same: solidly entertaining stories exploring solidly thought-out speculative ideas. But the ideas, and consequently the stories, are always new.
Do you prefer science fiction or science fact? Discover it all! Journey through the pages of Analog.
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