Submissions will be open from May 14th – July 23rd to works of hard science fiction of greater than 1,000 words but not over 5,000. Click here for more information.
We’re very excited to bring you the results of the 2020 Analytical Laboratory Finalists. See who finished in the top slots in each category.
Author and former Analog editor Ben Bova passed away on November 29, 2020, of COVID-related pneumonia and a stroke. Read now.
Editors, writers, scholars, and fans came together to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Analog Science Fiction and Fact and launch its milestone issue at the Fourth Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium in downtown Brooklyn, New York on December 12, 2019. Read all about it.
We are delighted to welcome any and all to our virtual Analytical Laboratory awards presentation! Awards are announced, with editorial commentary and author speeches. Watch Now.
Remembering Gardner Dozois
We are sad to announce the loss of Gardner Dozois (July 23, 1947–May 27, 2018). Gardner was the editor of Asimov's from 1986 to 2004. During that time he won fifteen Hugos for best editor. In addition to his family and friends, his passing is an enormous loss to readers, authors, and everyone connected to our field. We will feature tributes to Gardner in our March/April 2019 issue.
Former Analog editor-in-chief Stanley Schmidt discusses life mimicking art and the past repeating in his sharp editorial, Haunting Echoes, which examines the 2016 electoral climate.