Postscripts is a quarterly British magazine of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and crime fiction, first published in June 2004. It is published by PS Publishing and the editor-in-chief is Peter Crowther.
Each issue is published in two editions: a regular newsstand-type edition and a signed, numbered, 200-copy (150 copies until issue 14) hardcover 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.
Notable award-winning stories include Joe Hill's Best New Horror, which won the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction in 2006. In the Porches of My Ears by Norman Prentiss won the 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction.
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