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Amazing Stories

Amazing Stories is an American science fiction magazine published in the 20th century (and early 21st century, in two revivals). (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

Amazing Stories began publication in 1926 under the editorship of Hugo Gernsback. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is May 1954 (v. 28 no. 2). The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from December 1932 (v. 7 no. 9). (More details) From 1958 onward the name fluctuated, sometimes including "Science Fiction" along with or instead of "Stories" in the title. The magazine merged with Fantastic in 1980, which was also reflected in the title for a few years thereafter. Publication was suspended in 1995, resumed under the same owner and editor in 1998, and ceased in 2000. A revival under new ownership ran briefly from 2004 to 2005; another owner revived the magazine online in 2012.

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