Fantasy & Science Fiction (print edition)
|Issues:||6 issues / 12 months|
Availability: Your first issue should arrive in 12-16 weeks.Average customer review:
(112 customer reviews)
One of the longest-running and most highly regarded magazines in the field, F&SF is the original publisher of Stephen King's Gunslinger stories, Daniel Keyes' "Flowers for Algernon," and many other classics.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #387 in Magazine Subscriptions
- Brand: Spilogale Inc
- Format: Magazine Subscription
Most helpful customer reviews
114 of 117 people found the following review helpful.
Weird way to deliver, can't keep the previous
I dislike that when the new issue downloads it removes the previous, and after going through the Manage My Kindle instructions, find that I have to redeliver the previous issues manually in order to finish them off. I feel it's a real time constraint that I have to hurry up and read it before it disappears - ugh. And as I can't keep the issues after the max of seven (7), as much as I'm truly supportive of sci fi writers and chose the pay option to contribute to their careers, the library would be the same deal of borrowing on a time limit.
131 of 134 people found the following review helpful.
Good content. Bad rent.
I have to agree with other reviews. When I'm buying a magazine (not a newspaper), I'm expecting that I'll be able to keep it and use the same way I use Amazon books. Not being able to synchronize all issues with the cloud an redownload them when needed, is certainl a major issue for me.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
It's Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine
By Johann Mitchell
The title says it all.
I used to Fantasy and Science Fiction all the time three decades ago, and for a long time afterward.
This issue is up to their usual standards, which is excellent. I was especially interested in this particular issue because I knew that there was a story in it by David Gerrold, which, it turns out is the highlight of the magazine this time.
But check how Amazon handles magazines depending on whether you have a subscription or buy a specific edition. They're different, and it's possible you might be disappointed in how it's handled if you don't choose the option you want.