Get a Free Digital Issue of The New York Review of Science Fiction!

The New York Review of Science Fiction is 25 years old this month! And as a birthday present to the world, you can download issue 300 completely free in your choice of formats.

The NYRSF was founded in 1988 by the staff of The Little Magazine, who saw the need for a science fiction critical magazine to fill the wide space between the lightweight reviews of the fanzines and newszines and the heavier apparatus of academe. Issue 300 is designed to be a sampler of all the types of material NYRSF publishes—appreciations of authors both well-known and forgotten; reviews, long and short, of good science fiction, fantasy, and horror books; theatre reviews; personal essays related to fantasy and science fiction as a field; and a vigorous letters column.

Issue 300 features stories and articles by Kim Stanley Robinson, Jonathan Crowe, David Drake, and Mike Barrett. It is also filled with insightful reviews of The Unreal and the Real: Selected Stories of Ursula K. Le Guin in 2 Volumes, Bruce McAllister’s The Village Sang to the Sea: A Memoir of Magic, John Scalzi’s Redshirts, and “The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer,” written, created and performed by Tim Watts.

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