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1. Bookmarks
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2. New York Times Book Review
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3. Tls : the Times Literary Supplement
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4. New York Review of Books
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5. Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine
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6. Asimovs Science Fiction
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7. Believer
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8. Analog Science Fiction & Fact
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9. Cemetery Dance
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10. Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine
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11. Locus
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12. Paris Review
$39.95
13. Creative Screenwriting
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14. Romantic Times Book Reviews
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15. Dramatics - Oh
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16. Zoetrope
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17. Writers Journal
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18. American Scholar
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19. Poetry - Il
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20. Kid Zone

1. Bookmarks
by Phillips & Nelson Media Inc
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable magazine and wonderful resource
I have been subscribing to this book magazine for over 2 years. During that time, I have been exposed to so many wonderful books and authors that I never would have heard of.
5-0 out of 5 stars Forget the bookstore--just read Bookmarks!
This magazine has it all, and you don't have to leave the comfort of your living room! Smart, savvy book reviews...highlights on different genres such as the crime novel or non-fiction books...spotlights on successful book clubs...and outstanding feature articles on classic and modern authors. Everyone from John Steinbeck to John Cheever. Reading Bookmarks makes me want to revisit old books and try new ones; It also turns me on to authors I've never "tried" before. Recently I started reading books by Amoz Oz because of the feature in a recent issue. And I would have never given authors like Jodi Picoult or Kevin Brockmeier a chance had I not read the reviews of their latest. In addition to all the great goods on books, the magazine is one of the best looking mags on the market--great color, fantastic pictures, and an easy-to-read layout.
5-0 out of 5 stars Get your book club organized!
This magazine is a great way to get a book club to focus on what to read next. Basically the magazine is a collection of all sorts of "Best" lists to suit every taste. The "Selections" page starts with a collection of "staff favorites"highlighted with a one-(don't bother)-to-five(rarely given, a timeless classic) star rating system. There's a digest of 27 "best books 2005" lists in a recent issue, a page on the Whitbread awards, a selection of current and upcoming books, reader recommendations, new in paperback, a year in books (e.g., 1981)etc. Coupled with very little advertising, it's great! ... Read more

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2. New York Times Book Review
by New York Times
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Eagerly waiting
I greatly enjoyed reading this magazine in years past. However, I have not received anything yet from my Amazon.com order. I am eagerly waiting for my subscription to start!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars NYT Review of Books
Order placed early June. First issue of subscription not yet received. This is service?

4-0 out of 5 stars Respectable and important
I have been reading the NY Times Book Review for many many years. There rarely is a week when there is not some review of considerable interest to me. Though I oppose its political bias which is left liberal, I appreciate the solidity, and respectful way in which most reviews are written. There is a sense that for the Times books and culture in general have meaning and importance.
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3. Tls : the Times Literary Supplement
by Times Supplements Ltd
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Occasional outstanding reviews marred by British chauvinist quirkiness
It seems almost sacriligeous to find fault with the TLS which for many is a kind of book-review Bible. But whencompared to other book- review venues including the NY Times Bookreview and the NY Review of Books, I find it somehow chauvinistically British and narrowly focused. I also must admit to not liking the skimpy look of the journal.
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4. New York Review of Books
by New York Review of Books
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars The best and the worst- elite intellectual politically and morally flawed journal
The 'New York Review of Books' continues to supply articles andessays of the highest intellectual distinction , along with articles and essays of the lowest possible political and moral quality. This is in part because its editors have followed an extreme leftist neo- Trotskyian political agenda. This is the publication which more than any other gave prominence to the treasonous American bashing views of Noam Chomsky. It is the publication which for over three decades has provided distorted one-sided coverage of the Middle East conflict. It is a journal whose editorial political line has by and large served the very anti- democratic anti- Liberal forces which would , should they come to power, cancel out its own existence.
5-0 out of 5 stars Among the very best...
NYRB and the Atlantic Monthly are among my favorite subscriptions; In terms of sheer intellectual depth and range, it is very tough to beat the NYRB.While I do not read the NYRB cover to cover, I end up spending at least 5 hrs on each issue.
5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Readable
THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS is published 20 times a year, biweekly except in January, July, August and September. It is a respected publication which is devoted mostly to reviews of current books and an occasional movie. It also contains articles of social or political interest. The Letters section is usually brief with little waste.
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5. Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine
by Penny Press
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magaine
I absolutely love this magazine! This is a wonderful read for any who like short stories and mysteries! The magazine includes new writers as well as more well known ones. A wonderful magazine!

1-0 out of 5 stars A poor quality publication
I had to wait for 5 five months till I got my first issue, imagine that! When the issue did arrive, I found it was very poor. I think that the publishers of Ellery Queen just don't understand that you have to provide value for the price they are charging. 5-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and reliable mystery tales
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (EQMM) is the sharper image of its sister publication, Alfred Hitchcock's (AHMM).The stories are more polished, some have literary aspirations, and I'm more likely to find the well-executed twist in an EQMM story.While not every piece is a textbook mystery (some are police procedurals or psychological thrillers), all are good entertainment.Read more

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6. Asimovs Science Fiction
by Penny Press
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5-0 out of 5 stars Some of the best science fiction shorts out there
Regular readers of my reviews are probably getting sick of me mentioning Kage Baker, but I have to credit her for getting me to try a lot of things that I wouldn't normally try if she hadn't been a part of them.Asimov's Science Fiction magazine is another time where this is the case.While I have boughtFantasy & Science Fiction magazine every month for a while now, I would also check Asimov's to see if it had a Baker story.If it did, I would buy it.What I have found, however, is that I have enjoyed most of the other stories in the issues I have bought as well.Thus, from now on I will be buying it every month too.
5-0 out of 5 stars Possibly the greatest SF magazine in existence.
I would encourage everyone to subscribe, and help support the magazine. Asimov's Science Fiction (along with Fantasy & Science Fiction, and Analog Science Fiction & Fact) is truly the lifeblood of the science fiction genre. Short fiction has the unique advantage of being able to develop new worlds in a shorter amount of space than one might find in a novel, although in many cases a large portion of this world-building is left to the reader's imagination. Thus, good short fiction is able to convey a true sense of transaction between writer and reader, giving the impression that more has been said than has actually been specifically stated.5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!
This magazine is simply the best SF out there! Every issue goes well over 100 pages and it's a monthly! The June Issue has some great storys in it, so go pick it up at your local convience store, now! This magazine is awesome! ... Read more

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7. Believer
by Mcsweeneys
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5-0 out of 5 stars Better Deal
Their Web site sells a year subscription for $45. I find that Amazon, or whoever their affiliate is, repeatedly sells magazine subscritions for more than the actual magazine itself.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretension, thy name is Believer.
Yep, pretension is the name of game here. Although it's not really pretension - its a kind of uber-pretense, a pretension so pretensive in its self-mockery that it somehow doubles back itself and actually becomes almost worthwhile.
5-0 out of 5 stars amazing
this magazine is so great. i read it cover to cover every month. best summed up by its mission statement:
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8. Analog Science Fiction & Fact
by Penny Press
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Long Live Analog
I have been a regular subscriber of sci fi mags for just about the past 15 yrs or so.It all began with Omni and when Omni folded, I found a a copy of Science Fiction Age.I had been subscribed to it for about 2 years before it folded.I found a few Omni-like glossy mag twins thereafter, but they all folded as well.Finally, I found the magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and Analog and have been consistently subscribed to other for the past 10 yrs.Both of the latter are outstanding 'zines but for me, Analog is the best because it satisfies the craving for hard sci fi and *fact* at the same time. If F&SF & Analog ever have to close up shop then I would hope they would merge because then I'd have my hard sci fi, fact *and* horror/fantasy all in a one stop shop.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hard Science SF
Analog brings a dependable collection of hard-science fiction stories, novellas, and frequently, a serialized novel.Almost all of them are worth reading; I'm having trouble thinking of an Analog story that made me give up before reaching the end.While its sister publication Asimov's tends more to the social-SF or more literary forms, Analog sticks to a formula of hard-SF with some recurring features: one factual science article, one speculative science article, and a short SF humor piece (Probability Zero).Analog also has a lively letters column, where editor Stanley Schmidt or the story authors often reply.And Schmidt's editorials are always a good read.5-0 out of 5 stars Reminiscence
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!Since then, the genre has provided education, solace, amusement - and some disdain from others - and I despair at how few really good new English SF writers there seem to be.However, anyone (and I do mean anyone) who tries Analog with an open mind will find it a revelation. ... Read more

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9. Cemetery Dance
by Cemetery Dance
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5-0 out of 5 stars Top notch generator of chills
CEMETERY DANCE magazine is a World Fantasy Award winning magazine of horror, published bi-monthly, featuring short stories of horror and dark suspense, interviews with outstanding talent, and reviews galore. There is no shortage of opinions where products are concerned, with somewhere around forty-five reviews in every issue, including articles by writers Bev Vincent, Michael Marano, Thomas F. Monteleone, Paula Guran, Steve Vernon, John Pelan, Hank Wagner, the list goes on and on. Robert Morrish is the editor, Mindy Jarusek the managing editor.
5-0 out of 5 stars Scary, haunting stuff....
Each issue piles on the terror. Don't read this late at night! What I truly enjoy is the variety of stories. It's not just for horror fans, folks. Some of these tales are suspenseful and others just leave you sitting there thinking, "What the f*%K? That did not just happen!"
5-0 out of 5 stars You don't know what you are missing!
Since the early 80's I have been a fan of Cemetery Dance magazine. It comes every other month full of short stories by popular and up and coming horror authors. The magazine also contains great movie and book reviews, advertising, and author interviews. I encourage any horror fan to check out their website...the staff there is very friendly and helpful. On those hot summer days, it is a super mag to delve into and forget about the weather!!!! Enjoy ... Read more

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10. Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine
by Penny Press
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Alfred Hitchcock
I've been getting this magazine for a number of years and do enjoy it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not So Much "Mystery" as "Misery"
During the 1960's, when my sister subscribed to AHMM, the stories mirrored the fantastic television show; the stories were primarily mysterious, creepy, and unique, with lots of murders and the twist endings that made the show so great.Now, the majority of the stories in the magazine are plain, uninteresting "detective" stories.I subscribed up until about the early 1980's, but stopped because of the same old boring "cops and robbers" material.I tried to read a recent copy while waiting for my aunt at the beauty shop, but switched to one of the media rags instead when discovered that AHMM hadn't changed. Subscribe only if you are a fan of pure "police" fiction.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality
How bad can it get--ask the folks who put this magazine out every month and charge gullible subscribers $39.95 to read this stuff.Read more

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11. Locus
by Locus Publications
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12. Paris Review
by Paris Review Foundation Inc
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13. Creative Screenwriting
by Creative Screenwriting
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars excellent tool
this is an excellent wrap of style, technique, sales and back story.Lots of info, lots of history and ideas about success.A practical tool, professionally done. ... Read more

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14. Romantic Times Book Reviews
by Romantic Times Publ Group
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4-0 out of 5 stars Its good, despite the cheese-whiz covers
I read romantic times magazines for the plot synopsis and reviews of upcoming titles. Part of me wishes the editors would focus more on romance and less on general fiction and other subjects (I have no interest in children's books or articles about cover models).
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent magazine
I had only picked up the magazine today because I saw Laurell K. Hamilton on the cover.But as I flipped through the magazine I fell in love with it.It's very thorough in it's reviews, upcoming releases, and and the articles are great.I also checked out the website which is very organized and you can research books that may interest you.It also has some writing tips for writers, which is especially useful to me. This magazine is my new favorite, I like looking for new great authors and books, and this magazine does all the work for me!

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential Magazine for book lovers Everywhere!
This magazine put a "end" to the meaning "Judge a book by its cover" before this magazine I went into bookstores, grocery stores etc read the synopsis in the back of the book, read the inside scene *teaser* paragraph and pretty much made the decision based on these 2 things whether or not to purchase the books. Romantic Times bookclub features plot information in full detail without giving away the spoilers, will let you know if the book is sensual, steamy, thriller, if the suspense dealt with a matter that was not easy for a reader i.e.; child molestation, child murder etc. Giving you much more information to make a decision if you want to purchase a book or not.
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15. Dramatics - Oh
by Educational Theatre Assn
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16. Zoetrope
by Azx Publications
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17. Writers Journal
by Val Tech Media
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18. American Scholar
by Phi Beta Kappa Society
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1-0 out of 5 stars The End of a Good Thing
I had subscribed to the American Scholar for many years for the fine essays. I've let my subscription lapse now that the new editors have dumbed the magazine down. I can't imagine who they're trying to appeal to. The current issue's recourse to Kitty Kelly was the straw that broke the camel's back.

5-0 out of 5 stars New editors, same great magazine
There was much discussion when the American Scholar changed editors in 2004.The first issue under the new leadership, however, continues the tradition of consistenly high quality essay writing.Contrary to what another reviewer suggests, they have not morphed this publication into a current affairs journal.While there are a couple of articles about Iraq, which might not have been there in the past, other articles include:why software doesn't make sense; why Jeremy Bernstein never finished his New Yorker portrait of Jacques Brel; moderns trends in teaching and analyzing literature; and an historical review of inagural addresses.If you like essays on off beat topics, try an issue.

3-0 out of 5 stars BEWARE NEW EDITOR 2005
The first issue under the guidance of its new editorial staff showed what the PBK board must have had in mind.The magazine has adopted now a current-events bent, in place of the more insulated material that many found so appealing before.Photos are now part of the format- not good photos, or color photos, or anything like that, just waste-of-space photos.Oh yeah, in a nutshell, the pen is gone from the cover.The changes bring a once-great journal down to a level of mediocrity that results from trying to compete in a game that is not their own.I will not be renewing. ... Read more

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19. Poetry - Il
by Poetry Foundation
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5-0 out of 5 stars Founded in 1912
Poetry Magazine from Chicago has been a fixture in the realm of American literature. It's the THE best and the least trendy, slick, topical publication on the market. There are works in all forms in all concerns and modes of expression plus terrific reviews as well as thought provoking essays. For the best deal on subscriptions, try to hold back until holiday time when they offer reduced prices through their website. If you love good literature treat yourself to these higher standards.

3-0 out of 5 stars heres what i think
this mag totally bores me. i mean, i like lyric poetry somewhat but when will POETRY start representing concrete and spatial poetics every now and then?

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best English-Language Poetry Magazine in the World.
Poetry magazine out of Chicago has been around since stew was invented.(When mankind first crawled up out of the swamp and discovered fire, what they had for dinner that night was stew).Well, ok, they're 75 years old and counting.You don't hang around that long unless you're the best.I first discovered them in a college library - many, many years worth of copies - it was a treasure trove of the 1st magnitude.There's invariably one or more poems (if not the majority)in each issue that'll make you glad you subscribed.No, they're not big on pictures (none but the cover - and I remember one year when it was a drawing that didn't change for the whole year...urg) - but it IS the best Poetry Magazine you will ever find. ... Read more

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20. Kid Zone
by Scott Publications
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