Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Appendix N Glory! Galaxy Magazine Now Free Online

Hugo Gernsback's Amazing Stories was the start. 

John W. Campbell's Astounding Tales first published the legends of science fiction.  Heinlein, Asimov and so Van Vogt.

These were the Bronze and Silver ages, respectively and those magazines had their day in the sun, then lost their relevance.

But the Golden Age of American Science Fiction was  governed by Jim Baen's Galaxy Magazine

It's free and available in a variety of formats.  I don't know how long it will be there because I'm not too sure they secured the rights to this stuff.

My advice is get it while it lasts.


Bies Podkrakowski said...

Nice. Does anybody know if it is possible to download this in bulk?

exfarmkid said...

Looks like it was uploaded in 2011. Might be there for a while longer. Checking the first issue, looks like PDF is the best bet for readability.