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Postscripts is a quarterly British[1] magazine of science fiction, fantasy, horror and crime fiction, first published in June 2004.[2] [3] It is published by PS Publishing and edited by Peter Crowther. [4]

Each issue is published in two editions: a regular newsstand-type edition and a signed, numbered, 150-copy hardcover edition.[2] Beginning with Postscripts #14, it is a signed, numbered 200-copy edition in addition to the regular newsstand-type edition.

From issue 18, the magazine was transformed briefly to a quarterly anthology, before becoming biannual, producing two double-sized issues a year starting with issue 20/21.


Postscripts has won the 2006 and 2008 International Horror Guild awards for best periodical[5] and the 2009 British Fantasy Award for Best Magazine. [6]

Notable award winning stories include Joe Hill's "Best New Horror", which won the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction in 2006.[7]

“In the Porches of My Ears” by Norman Prentiss won the 2009 Bram Stoker Award award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction. [8]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Contact PS Publishing, page retrieved 19 November 2006.
  2. ^ a b PS Publishing - PostScripts Magazine, page retrieved 19 November 2006.
  3. ^ "SF Encyclopedia - Postscripts". 
  4. ^ "A PostScripts with Pete Crowther". 
  5. ^ "International Horror Guild Awards Winners by Category". 
  6. ^ "British Fantasy Awards Winners By Year". 
  7. ^ BFS Award Winners 2006, page retrieved 19 November 2006
  8. ^ "Horror Writers Association celebrates 2009 Stoker Winners".