Alsirat is an online magazine of written and visual horror which includes in its purview horror roleplaying. We are seeking submissions of fiction, nonfiction, reviews, poetry, and interviews for our September issue.
Arcane is a new magazine designed for people like you. It has news, reviews and features covering all aspects of fantasy gaming. It'll focus on roleplaying games but will also include collectable card games, computer gaming, sci-fi and fantasy novels, miniatures and anything else you can think of that's related to the roleplaying hobby.
the Web home of Elsewhere Magazine. Elsewhere is dedicated to coverage of roleplaying and PBM issues and culture, including news, reviews, humour, competitions, reader contributions (see below) and freebies.
Interregnum is a monthly Amateur Press Association comprised of individual zines written and formatted by various authors and mailed to the editor for collation, reproduction, and binding. The primary focus is roleplaying games, fantasy, and science fiction.
Interregnum (IR) is a _non-commercial_ amateur press association/magazine, covering roleplaying games and general topics of science fiction and fantasy from an adult point of view. Past issues have included original fiction, book, movie, and TV reviews, original scenarios, comedy, solo games, and pretty much anything else imaginable.
Scribe is an electronic magazine devoted to role-playing games. We launched in February 1995 and have had more than out share of growing pains. Future issues will feature lots of reviews. In fact, we plan to update the reviews list every two weeks or so depending on what we get in.
Well, were not so secretive, and we haven't quite mastered anything yet, but we are fans of all sorts of Speculative Fiction. SMOF is an organization of enthusiasts with interests in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Includes some specific RPG stuff, and also E-scape, the Digital Journal of Speculative Fiction.
Seventh Moon is a young and energetic company that will bring you RPG products that are written by mature gamers, for mature gamers. To start off, our magazine will be out in mid 1996. Our products will be thoughtful and intelligent, but not pretentious. They will inform, provoke, and add depth and enjoyment to your game sessions.
Welcome to issue 1 of The Sharp End, an irregular not-quite-fanzine dealing with issues and techniques in running role-playing games. We aim to be of use mainly to those who run games, though players may also find material of interest here.
Sunspot is an electronic magazine written by, for, and about people who enjoy fantasy and science fiction, and who are also heavily into role-playing games and tabletop miniatures games. Very well laid out.