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  Stanley Schmidt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stanley Schmidt (March 7, 1944-) is an American science fiction author, and since 1978 has been the editor of the SF magazine Analog Science Fiction and Fact.
Schmidt was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1966.
Additionally he has served as a member of the Board of Advisers for the National Space Society and the Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame and was Guest of Honor at BucConeer, the 1998 World Science Fiction Convention in Baltimore, Maryland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stanley_Schmidt   (209 words)

  
 Astounding (magazine) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Astounding Stories was a seminal science fiction magazine founded in 1930.
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, first edited by Harry Bates, is generally considered the forum where modern science fiction was created.
The word "and" was sometimes replaced in the logo by a pseudo-mathematical symbol comprising a horizontal right-pointing arrow piercing an inverted U-shape.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Analog_Magazine   (338 words)

  
 Analog (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In chemistry, a structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element, see analog (chemistry).
  The spelling analog is predominant in American English, whilst analogue is used in Commonwealth English; see og/ogue.
However, the spellings given above should be retained in cases where it forms part of a name or is an acronym.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Analog   (138 words)

  
 Futurist.com: Science Fiction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Brenda is a technologist, a futurist, and a science fiction writer.
Not science fiction, but by a science fiction author...this essay is a powerful response to the events of 9/11.
Greg Bear is a successful science fiction writer who shares his images of the future and thoughts on writing.
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 Analog Science Fiction & Fact
Analog also has a lively letters column, where editor Stanley Schmidt or the story authors often reply.
I haven't actually read Analog for about 20 years, but it was my introduction to science fiction very nearly 40 years ago, when I shared a flat (sorry, must use American, an appartment) in New York with one of John W. Campbell's editorial assitants!
The fiction is real SF -- stories in which the science is accurate and the speculation credible.
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 Absolute's Analog Science Fiction Magazine Offers
Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine features short stories and articles by current authors, science fact articles, and book reviews.
Reviewed by scientists and other academics for accuracy and technological likeliness, this magazine is the pioneering leader in the science fiction genre.
Science and Theology News Magazine, formerly Research News and...
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 ∂| Delos Science Fiction | Analog: interview with Stanley Schmidt
The main difference between us and other science fiction magazines, I think, is that we are more insistent on having carefully extrapolated science play an integral role in our stories.
On the basis of past surveys and the perennial flood of correspondence (which has increased greatly since we started publishing an e-mail address), our readers are generally well-educated and well-off and span a very wide range of occupations and backgrounds.
Many of them are professionally involved with science or technology of some sort, but we also have everything from convicts to clergymen.
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 Analog -- Submission Guidelines
Fact articles for Analog should be about 4,000 words in length and should deal with subjects of not only current but future interest, i.e., with topics at the present frontiers of research whose likely future developments have implications of wide interest.
In writing for Analog readers, it is essential to keep in mind that they are, in general, very intelligent and technically knowledgeable, but represent a very wide diversity of backgrounds.
Analog pays 6-8 cents per word for short stories up to 7,500 words, $450-600 for stories between 7,500 and 10,000 words, and 5-6 cents per word for longer material.
www.analogsf.com /information/submissions.shtml   (696 words)

  
 Science fiction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Analog Science Fiction and Fact Analog Science Fiction and Fact is the longest-running (almost)-continuously published science fiction magazine in the world.
Science fiction is a form of speculative fiction principally dealing with the impact of imagined science and technology, or both, upon society and persons as individuals.
Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame combines artifacts and information in evocative environments that immerse visitors in science fiction's alternative worlds.
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 Notherby's :: Analog Science Fiction & Fact
Comment: I haven't actually read Analog for about 20 years, but it was my introduction to science fiction very nearly 40 years ago, when I shared a flat (sorry, must use American, an appartment) in New York with one of John W. Campbell's editorial assitants!
Each month there is a thought-provoking editorial,a serial,a science fact article (great ones on cold fusion and global warming debate)and about 4 short-short stories.
Science fiction novelettes, science fact, short stories, poetry and commentary; book reviews and upcoming events of interest to science fiction fans.
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 Asimov's Science Fiction - Links
Analog Science Fiction and Fact is the longest-running (almost)-continuously published science fiction magazine in the world.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. offers writers many valuable services.
If you plan to write science fiction and fantasy and can meet their membership requirements, this is for you.
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 Astounding (magazine) -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Astounding Stories was a seminal (Literary fantasy involving the imagined impact of science on society) science fiction (A periodic paperback publication) magazine founded in 1930.
Astounding Stories of Super-Science, first edited by (Click link for more info and facts about Harry Bates) Harry Bates, is generally considered the forum where modern (Literary fantasy involving the imagined impact of science on society) science fiction was created.
Following 8 years of publication under two different editors, the magazine's helm was assumed by (Click link for more info and facts about John W. Campbell) John W. Campbell, who took over in 1937.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/as/astounding_(magazine).htm   (394 words)

  
 [ericsiegmund.com] Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact ::: Cover Art ::: 1966-70
That magazine was the May, 1966 issue of "Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact," which was to become a staple of my reading diet for the next several years.
Analog was my lifeline to the infinite worlds of science fiction...and those memories (and issues) are still precious to me.
For more information about each issue, visit the Internet Speculative Fiction Database, which has been given a new home by Texas AandM University (which just happens to be my alma mater).
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 ipedia.com: Astounding Magazine Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Astounding is often considered the forum where modern science fiction was created.
It has changed names twice, first to Astounding Science Fiction, and finally to Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, under which name it is still published.
Following 8 years of publication under two different editors, the magazine's helm was assumed by John W. Campbell took over in 1938.
www.ipedia.com /astounding_magazine.html   (332 words)

  
 Analog Science Fiction & Fact Subscription
Analog Science Fiction and Fact is the longest-running published science fiction magazine in the world.
Contains modern science fiction, science fact and fantasy stories.
Analog also includes book reviews, cartoons, and editorials.
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 Analog Science Fiction Listings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Analog Science Fiction and Fact P.O. Box 54625 Boulder, CO 80323-4625
The 1960-1964 data was supplied by Cary Thomas, who has made an Analog index database available, covering 1948 to the present.
The funky "->" symbol (analogous to) between "Science Fiction" and "Science Fact" was dropped.
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 Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact
It's true that Analog cares very much about making speculations plausible because they think there's something extra special about stories that are not only great but actually happen.
Editor Stanley Schmidt, who is both a physicist and a science fiction writer, sees to it that the underlying philosophy remains the same: solidly entertaining stories exploring solidly thought-out speculative ideas.
Anolog is the leader in science fiction including a super double issue.
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 Alternate View Column AV-33
Science fiction writers, to avoid undue delays in the story's plot-line, need a way of beating the speed-of-light speed limit of the universe.
Most readers of this magazine are familiar with the gimmicks that have been used for faster-than light travel: warp drives, detours through hyperspace, matter-to-tachyon conversion, trans-spatial jumps, and dives past the singularity of a rotating fl hole.
To devotees of science fiction, however, these aren't calamities at all but delightful prospects.
www.npl.washington.edu /AV/altvw33.html   (1907 words)

  
 Analog Science Fiction and Fact magazine subscription - - 25% off the cover price ($29.97 for Analog Science Fiction ...
The pages of this magazine have been home to many of science fiction's foremost writers and stories.
Each issue mixes fascinating stories about real people in potentially real futures, fact articles and columns about real trends in science and society, reviews of new books, and an ongoing dialog with in the letter column.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact magazine features modern science fiction, science fact and fantasy stories and book reviews for the avid Sci-Fi enthusiast.
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 Analog Science Fiction and Fact- 1 Year-12 issues (Magazines-) - PriceGrabber.com
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 Subject index of Alternate View columns by John G. Cramer
They are aimed at readers (and writers) of "hard" science fiction, as exemplified by the SF stories of Analog, but are about real science, usually physics or astronomy.
Science Policy: The Parable of the King and the Grain
Note 2: The "Alternate" of the column title refers to the fact that they appear in alternate issues of Analog, originally alternating with columns by the late G.
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 Science Fiction
E-scape publishes science fiction, fantasy and horror, along with game reviews, convention schedules/announcements, and other articles of interest to fandom.
Award for the work of science fiction or fantasy published in one year which best explores or expands gender roles.
A science fiction store in Cupertino, carrying new and used books, comics, artwork, collectibles, sci-fi/anime video for sale or rent, and T-shirts.
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 science fiction fantasy horror markets links resources at SharpWriter.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA)
One of the early anthologies of this same material was titled "You Will Never Be The Same." And after I read it, I never was the same again as a writer, an artist, a thinker.
Magazine Description: Asimov's Science Fiction is a leading science fiction and fantasy magazine that brings you fantastic stories of far-flung world, challenging visions of humanity's future — all written with skill by today's finest science-fiction authors.
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 Webs of Wonder contest for educational web sites - SFWA News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Analog Science Fiction and Fact magazine and author David Brin are sponsoring Webs of Wonder, a web contest aimed at generating resources that will help teachers and students use science fiction to complement subjects faced in the classroom.
Today's technology can help teachers and web-designers create vivid materials to brighten any subject, then let them share their creativity with colleagues all over the country and around the world.
This program offers one more way to get compelling literature into the hands of young people who might otherwise never be intrigued by some of science fiction's greatest stories.
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 Analog Science Fiction and Fact, December 2001
In the wormhole which causes problems in his story, sequential nature of perception is compromised, and the crew members have a disjointed, non-chronological series of problems to resolve.
The cause of my problem with the story may be akin to the story conceit - an editor's note at the end of the story refers to three previous stories to which this one is a sequel (Analog issues Nov 99, Jan 2000, Jul/Aug 2000).
That desperate yearning is of course not met, giving a bitter-sweet ending which is undeniably upbeat and moving.
www.bestsf.net /reviews/analog0112.html   (773 words)

  
 Analog Science Fiction and Fact, February 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lerner provides a near-future techno-thriller in which scientists (regular characters in his fiction) at the leading edge of neural interfacing between computers and humans realise that a disproportionate number of their small specialist community are meeting unsavoury ends.
Computer viruses have been plagueing the lab, and it appears that may be a root cause.
The lengthy novel extract leaves little space for anything else, but fortunately the three short stories are each enjoyable in their own way.
www.bestsf.net /reviews/analog0202.html   (290 words)

  
 Fictionwise eBooks: Analog Science Fiction and Fact, April 2003 by Dell Magazine Authors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Analog Science Fiction and Fact: Two Year Subscription by Dell Magazine Authors
A year ago Robert Zubrin had a science fact article here called "Galactic Society," outlining a rationale for believing life and technological civilizations are common in the Galaxy and speculating on how they might interact.
Next month Ben Bova offers a quite different view of the same subject, suggesting that such civilizations may be quite rare--perhaps so rare that the late Isaac Asimov's vision of a Galaxy dominated solely by humans was quite accurate.
www.fictionwise.com /ebooks/eBook8973.htm   (368 words)

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