AHF Magazine (from Wolfian Press)

AHF Magazine is a quarterly publication, featuring alternate history, science fiction, urban fantasy and near-genres, as well as a range of poetry. Art, press releases, and articles on writing in the genres feature frequently.
The magazine is open-submission and does not claim copyright on anything. Full Terms and Conditions can be found here

So far, Wolfian Press has published ten issues, with the newest (#10) out for January 2020. Each issue gets a webpage of its own, listing the sales locations and highlighting some of the content in the magazine.
It is sold in print, in kindle, and in epub at various retailers such as Kobo, B&N for Nook, Scribd etc.

AHF Magazine is listed on Duotrope at

The magazine welcomes submissions from people on this board, and queries can be DM'ed to me here. The submission email is editor@wolfianpress.com
 
Issue 10 of AHF Magazine published for Winter 2019-2020

The main purchase locations for AHF Magazine #10 are :-
Print - https://www.amazon.co.uk/AHF-Magazine-10-Grey-Wolf/dp/1653630620?
Kindle - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B083D4DMRV/
All Epub Links - https://books2read.com/u/bxvVXo

AHF Magazine is a quarterly publication dedicated to alternate history, urban fantasy, science fiction, and near genres, as well as being a haven for emotive and experimental poetry. Issue 10 has a cover photograph by the author, in memoriam to Bella cat. The issue contains part 2 of the serialised story The Umbramon by Kaz Morran, and the lead story is Stasis by Joe Jablonski. L.G. Parker writes on Saving The Empire, a World War Two what-if, whilst there are stand-alone stories from Richard Comerford, Prashanth Srivatsa, Tyler Bourassa, Seb Looney, Robert Knox, James Mallinson, Dell Newton, and Susan O'Neal. Poetry comes from Holly Day, John Grey, Brian G. Davies, Michael Lee Johnson, and Richard Stevenson.


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Best Regards
Grey Wolf
 
AHF Magazine is happy to carry official press releases for free, and welcomes articles on the creations of people's books, series, their worlds, and their writing. It also carries paid advertising at £10 an issue

An example of an article on the creation of a series can be found in issue 9, with George Kearton writing on creating "The House of Stuart Sequence", an imagined history now numbering nine volumes, and published by Sealion Press.
 
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Each issue we try to create a little strap

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Issue 11 is now scheduled for 24th March, with the closing date for submissions the 9th March 2020 - though if we know one is coming, we can wait for another week for it to actually arrive
 
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