Monday, June 21, 2010

Off the newsstand this weekend and in the mail today (Tuesday):


The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May/June 2010--John Sladek, Rachel Pollack, Fred Chapell, et al.
Southern Review, Spring 2010--baseball fiction, etc., special
The Paris Review, Summer 2010--Ann Beattie, R. Crumb, Katherine Dunn, et al.
Black Clock, Spring/Summer 2010--Jonathan Lethem, Katherine Dunn, et al.
Zoetrope All-Story, Summer 2010--Ann Packer, (Woody Allen), et al.
The Seattle Review, early 2010--Antonya Nelson, et al.
Granta, Spring 2010--Chris Offut, Jeannette Winterson, (Dave Eggers), et al.
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, August 2010--Clark Howard, William Bankier, Bill Crider, Jon Breen, et al.
Asimov's Science Fiction, August 2010--Carol Emshwiller, James Patrick Kelly, Robert Silverberg, et al.
Interzone undated #228 (2010)--Gene Wolfe, David Langford, et al.
Locus, June 2010
Z Magazine, June 2010
JazzTimes, June 2010
Downbeat, June 2010

for Alice: Cat Fancy, June 2010

Addendum: in Tuesday's mail:
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, August 2010
Harper's, July 2010
Laurie Kilmartin, Five Minutes to Myself (RoofTopComedy)
Marc Maron, Final Engagement (Stand Up! Records)
Laura Kightlinger, et al., The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman: Season One (IFC)
Harold Courlander, Ride with the Sun--an ex-lib not as handsome as the Scott, Foresman reprint I read in the '70s, but it is the original edition...

In the earphones while writing: the first of WFMU's rebroadcasts of Firesign Theater radio hours from the latest '60s snd earliest '70s, a staple of their Tuesday night schedules this summer apparently...Brian Arnold was kind enough to point me toward it...


Richard R. said...

Did you buy them all? Do you read them all? How do you find the time?

Todd Mason said...

Bought 'em all, will try to read at least some of them all, I don't have the time to think, much less read them through at the moment.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Antonya Nelson is a favorite.

Todd Mason said...

Yup. I'm often on the fence with little magazines, and the fiction in any given issue is what tilts me.

Todd Mason said...

Well, sometimes the nonfiction. Only very rarely the poetry.

dominoniki said...

Thanks for the Cat Fancy magazine. It appears they always have the same articles, but still fun to look at the kitties!

I don't see Pro Football Weekly on your list, a MUST read.

Todd Mason said...

ATHLON SPORTS FICTION and (baseball little magazine) ELYSIAN FIELDS QUARTERLY have both folded (if that was the title of the Athlon group item), so no football-oriented magazines for me at the moment...until SOUTHERN REVIEW gets around to it...