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PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 6:46 pm 
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Analog and Asimov's have moved!
Now at the following address:

Analog Science Fiction (or Asimovs)
267 Broadway
4th Floor
New York, NY 10007


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Same goes for Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, just in case Crimewave readers think that you're showing an SFnal bias there, Roy.

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Well spotted Jim, but I was thinking more of the authors than the readers.


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Yup. Dell announced the change two days after I'd posted a submission to Mr Hitchcock. :(

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George Berger alerted me to a very interesting Podcast discussion of Asimovs' marketing, PR and its print and electronic sales here.

They seem to be doing well on Kindle, 10% of all sales if I heard right and growing nicely. Print subscriptions down 100 odd units last year but Kindle more than made up and they aim to be on other e book sites Eg Sony soon.

Sheila Williams said Asimovs is number 257 in Kindle sales charts. That may be the recent issue or all years issues combined.

The podcast is 97 minutes long and I've heard the first hour so far.


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Continuing from above; after more than an hour Interzone is mentioned.
There is also some talk of Weird Tales getting 500 submissions a week, though e mail subs no doubt help in that.

Asimovs gets 100 to 200 per week. It also has 17k subscribers.


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And Jeremiah Tolbert, famed for The Kansas Jayhawk vs. The Midwest Monster Squad (IZ 197 Mar/Apr 2005) and other Interzone stories is one of the Sofanauts interviewing Sheila Williams.


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