I’ve gone through a view minor-emotional stages with this mini-project: firstly ‘that’s a neat idea’, secondly ‘this is nuts, I can barely get a handle on one never mind several’, thirdly ‘there are way to many’, fourthly ‘plow on regardless’. Currently I’m in a ‘this was worthwhile’. I’ve met some interesting short stories, one novella I’ll possibly nominate and (thanks to people who commented) identified some broken links and solved some eligibility questions. Also, where past the middle of the alphabet!
This issues semipro’s are:
- Nebula Rift* (formerly eSciFi)
- New Realm* (formerly eFantasy)
- New York Review of Science Fiction
- On Spec
Nebula Rift and New Realm are stable mates at ‘eFiction Publishing’ http://www.fictionmagazines.com/about/ a publisher that does genre specific online magazines. Nebula Rift is SF http://www.fictionmagazines.com/shop/nebula-issues/nebula-rift-vol-03-no-10/ and New Realm is Fantasy http://www.fictionmagazines.com/magazines/newrealm/ Only preview images of starts of stories are available.
Since writing this they have been confirmed as professional rather than semi-pro.
Neo-Opsis http://www.neo-opsis.ca/about.htm a Canadian SF magazine that aims to be about:
Entertainment – Let Neo-opsis magazine entertain you with fun and interesting stories, written from the perspective of science and fantasy.
Information – Read informative articles on science and nature. Check out the Science and Science Fiction news articles.
Interpretation – Enjoy book and movie reviews. Find out what others think, with Neo-opsis opinion columns and letters section.
I may be wrong but I think it is print only.
New York Review of Science Fiction http://www.nyrsf.com/editorial/ long running review magazine.
On Spec https://onspecmag.wordpress.com/ The link at the semiprozine directory is directed at an out-of-date page. On Spec is the ‘Canadian Magazine of the Fantastic’. An Aurora winning magazine with fiction about the fantastic plus reviews and stuff. No previews that I could find https://onspecmag.wordpress.com/current-issue/