Steve sez, "Amazing Stories magazine is in the process of being resurrected. In order to satisfy trademark registration requirements, have some content to capture a bit of attention and to help get the ball rolling for a future fund raiser, the publisher - The Experimenter Publishing Company - is offering anyone and everyone the opportunity to obtain a free copy of the Ezine."
Amazing is the oldest sf magazine in the world, founded by Hugo "Award" Gernsback himself in 1926. I have been published in one of its many incarnations along the way. Nice to see it still around, and DRM-free, to boot.
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