Ian Whates Announces Launch of ParSec Magazine

PS Publishing, after failing to acquire Interzone, said in February they will launch their own new online sf magazine called ParSec this year. Yesterday editor Ian Whates announced the ToCs of ParSec’s first two issues.

Issue #1

  • Gunbelt Highway – Dan Abnett
  • Down and Out Under the Tannhauser Gate – David Gullen
  • Nineteen Eighty-Nine – Ken MacLeod
  • The Lichyard – Harrison Varley
  • Time Traveller’s Shoes – Yuliia Vereta
  • Tesla on the Grass Alas – Esther M. Friesner
  • We Have Forever – Redfern Jon Barrett
  • The Power of 3 – Anna Tambour
  • Nova Oobleck Surfs The Second Aether – Paul Di Filippo
  • Interview with Christopher Priest

Issue #2

  • The Summer Husband – Angela Slatter
  • (Title To come) — Aliya Whiteley
  • But Once A Year — Ramsey Campbell
  • Portuguese Essay — George Tom
  • Neighbourhood Watch – Neil Williamson
  • All That’s Red Earth – Mike Carey
  • Five Ways to Accidentally Save the Earth from Alien Conquest – Gareth D Jones
  • The Elektron Mill – Sean McMullen
  • A Bayesian Analysis Of Wishes – Karen Brenchley

Whates also said, “There will be other non-fiction articles and additions, and of course reviews.” 

Digital magazine subscription info is at this link. PS Publishing is also offering this short-term deal  —

[Thanks to JJ for the story.]

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2 thoughts on “Ian Whates Announces Launch of ParSec Magazine

  1. Any updates on the release? Thought it was supposed to come out in August. Not a subscriber, but curiously haven’t heard much from PS or Locus or anyone about the first issue since August began.

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