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In the Summer 2014 issue, you’ll find a moving tale by Nebula Award finalist/Compton Crook Award winner Charles E. Gannon, a provocative story by the talented duo of E.C. Myers and Mercurio D. Rivera, and an intriguing offering by the prolific Barbara Krasnoff. It also contains an interview with Jody Lynn Nye, and poems by Beth Cato and Wade German. Here’s what’s new on the website …

Brand new - Space and Time swag! We now have fun products featuring the beautiful artwork that has graced our covers and pages. Check it out: Come visit our store on CafePress!

Changes are a’coming in 2015

Heads up! We are going to be making some necessary changes in 2015, to this website and to how we are sold. Here’s the rundown:

  • This website is going to migrate to a new, more up-to-date platform. Some design elements/content will likely be changed, as well.
  • I want to revive this poor, neglected blog by making it an outlet for authors, poets, and others who want to reach a broader audience with their insights and promotions. Anyone interested in guest blogging please contact me!
  • The most necessary and long-overdue change: the price per issue will increase by $1.00 (US and Canada). This is the first price increase in literally decades and will still leave us an extremely reasonable publication by modern standards.
  • We will discontinue providing complimentary .pdf downloads and selling .pdf-only subscriptions on this website. For the foreseeable future, all online versions of Space and Time will be available from Weightless Books only. Existing .pdf-only subscribers and former Realms of Fantasy subscribers: the .pdfs will continue to be posted for you until your subscriptions lapse.
There may be some other changes made down the line, but I think this is more than enough for now. All of these adjustments will help keep us viable and publishing the great fiction, poetry, reviews, and art you’ve enjoyed for 48 years. And don’t forget — subscriptions make terrific holiday gifts!

Space and Time Overview in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

Here is a very nice overview of the history and evolution of Space and Time in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Thanks to Mike Ashley and his team for the kind words!

Under Silverman the artwork has improved substantially with some quite stunning covers and effective interior work. The magazine is now at its best, having matured without growing old, still somehow with a small hint of its youth. - See more at: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/space_and_time#sthash.YAzrB6Va.dpuf
Under Silverman the artwork has improved substantially with some quite stunning covers and effective interior work. The magazine is now at its best, having matured without growing old, still somehow with a small hint of its youth. - See more at: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/space_and_time#sthash.YAzrB6Va.dpuf

Frederik Pohl has Passed Away

Very sorry to report that Frederik Pohl, one of the giants of science fiction and a previous interview subject in Space and Time, has passed away at the age of 93. A legend in the field, not to mention a sincerely lovely gentleman, he will be missed by many.

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