My science fiction story, The Starship Hanoi, is in the current issue of Tightbeam. Tightbeam is the official zine of the National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F), an organization created in 1941 with a very large audience in SF fandom (it’s also a club with dues); Tightbeam has been around since 1960, and has a pretty healthy circulation at numerous SF/F conventions. They have fiction, non-fiction, book reviews (all mostly unsolicited), and con reports between their pages. My story is about The Vietnamese Life Cycle and what inertia will bring to an Asian colony (and culture) in the far future. It’s a story of the burdens of technology and progress, really. Links to free download and N3F website below (also in print). Issue #268, edited by David Speakman.
Official Zine of the National Fantasy Fan Federation
The National Fantasy Fan Website (est. 1941):
Tightbeam (est. 1960, free download):
Other New Entries: “Magazines”