Free: Fantasy for Readers

L. McMaken
Cincinnati, OH


The eDigest edition of Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine is being offered as a free subscription to Kindle users. Called the “best fiction magazine in America”, by author Stephen King, Kindle users can now have it for free.

First published in 1949, the bi-monthly magazine features interviews with the new talent as well as masters of the genre, Daniel Keyes, Kurt Vonnegut, and Stephen King.

Offered through Amazon exclusively to it’s Kindle subscribers, readers will not only get the magazine’s content, they will also receive bonus reviews, “curiosities” (odd books of enduring interest), short reads and the opportunity to extend their subscription at a value price.

Also available on Android, iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.



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