Analog Science Fiction and Fact is a science fiction literary magazine that has been in continuous circulation since 1930. Included in the magazine are short works of science fiction, as well as commentary on the genre and its writers, past and present.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact is known well for publishing short works of science fiction. Specifically, what the magazine has published is known to be scientifically rigorous. Well-known authors who have appeared in the magazine over the last 85 or so years include David Brin, Frank Herbert, Elizabeth Moon, Spider Robinson, and many others. This month, the magazine features “Persephone, Descending,” a story written by Derek Künsken about a serious survival situation (I won’t give away anything else!).
Readers of Analog Science Fiction and Fact are treated to commentary on the genre and its writers, past and present. How did the genre, over so many years, rise to its current level of popularity? Which writers were responsible for that rise? These are the kinds of questions the magazine’s writers tackle each month. Also included is information about science fiction-related literary events taking place across the United States, from California to New York. Get to know other fans!
A subscription to Analog Science Fiction and Fact makes a great gift for anyone who is a fan of the science fiction genre, whether they have been reading it for decades or are simply curious. On our website, you can either order a new subscription for yourself or as a gift, or you can easily renew a subscription to Analog Science Fiction and Fact.