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Fantasy fiction magazine

Fantastic Adventures magazine

A fantasy fiction magazine or fantasy magazine is a magazine which publishes primarily fantasy fiction. Not generally included in the category are magazines for children with stories about such characters as Santa Claus. Also not included are adult magazines about sexual fantasy. Many fantasy magazines, in addition to fiction, have other features such as art, cartoons, reviews, or letters from readers. Some fantasy magazines also publish science fiction and horror fiction, so that here is not always a clear distinction between a fantasy magazine and a science fiction magazine. For example, Fantastic magazine published almost exclusively science fiction for much of its run.

Contents

  • Major fantasy magazines 1
    • Defunct magazines 1.1
    • Current magazines 1.2
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Major fantasy magazines

Defunct magazines

Current magazines

See also

External links

  • Duotrope - search engine for fiction magazines
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