Future Life

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Future Life
CategoriesScience fiction magazine, Science magazine
First issue1978
Final issue1981
CountryUnited States

Future Life, known as Future in its first year, was a science and science fiction magazine published from 1978 to 1981 by O'Quinn Studios. Contributors included Harlan Ellison, Ed Naha, Boris Vallejo, and many more. It covered futuristic topics - largely space travel - as well current scientific events of the time, and featured reviews of science fiction movies, books and comics, as well as interviews with Arthur C. Clarke, Anne McCaffrey, Ray Bradbury and many more scientists, artists and authors.[1]

Issues[edit]

  • Future #1 (April 1978)
  • Future #2 (May 1978)
  • Future #3 (July 1978)
  • Future #4 (August 1978)
  • Future #5 (October 1978)
  • Future #6 (November 1978)
  • Future #7 (January 1979)
  • Future #8 (February 1979)
  • Future Life #9 (March 1979)
  • Future Life #10 (May 1979)
  • Future Life #11 (July 1979)
  • Future Life #12 (August 1979)
  • Future Life #13 (September 1979)
  • Future Life #14 (November 1979)
  • Future Life #15 (December 1979)
  • Future Life #16 (February 1980)
  • Future Life #17 (March 1980)
  • Future Life #18 (May 1980)
  • Future Life #19 (June 1980)
  • Future Life #20 (August 1980)
  • Future Life #21 (September 1980)
  • Future Life #22 (November 1980)
  • Future Life #23 (December 1980)
  • Future Life #24 (February 1981)
  • Future Life #25 (March 1981)
  • Future Life #26 (May 1981)
  • Future Life #27 (June 1981)
  • Future Life #28 (August 1981)
  • Future Life #29 (September 1981)
  • Future Life #30 (November 1981)
  • Future Life #31 (December 1981)

Notable contributors[edit]

Notable People Interviewed[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Weimar World Service