Space & Time and DreamForge Magazine Join Forces

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Readers of Science Fiction and Fantasy have something new to cheer about. Two magazine publishers have joined forces to deliver an incredible value to their fans.

DreamForge and Space & Time Magazine

DreamForge and Space & Time Magazine

Print subscribers to either Space & Time or DreamForge Magazine can now opt-in to receive the digital version of the other publication for FREE!

Readers of Science Fiction and Fantasy have something new to cheer about. Two magazine publishers have joined forces to deliver an incredible value to their fans.

Print subscribers to either Space & Time or DreamForge Magazine can now opt-in to receive the digital version of the other publication for FREE!

Space & Time Magazine has been around since 1966, and in 2019 was taken over by SF and Horror writer Angela Yuriko Smith along with her husband Ryan Aussie Smith, as the magazine’s publishers. Angela serves as editor-in-chief and produces the print magazine while Ryan creates the audio productions.

DreamForge is a brand-new publication in 2019, a project of husband and wife team Scot and Jane Noel, whose backgrounds include computer game development. Scot serves as editor-in-chief and Jane provides layout design and illustration for both the print and digital versions of DreamForge.

With both magazines as new ventures for their wife-and-husband team publishers, there is a natural synergy between the publications— a common purpose in growing readership and serving readers with the best possible value.

Now, fans can pick their favorite print magazine to support with their subscriber dollars and opt-in to enjoy online access to the second magazine, free of charge.

Readers of Space & Time can look forward to the best in fantasy, horror, and science fiction, including stories from future stars intermingled with unique tales from pros like Jessica A. Salmonson, Norman Spinrad, Jack Ketchum, and Aliette de Bodard.

Subscribers to DreamForge Magazine also experience the best in new writers alongside genre masters like Jane Lindskold, David Weber, John Jos. Miller, Robert Silverberg, Scott Edleman, and Paul Dellinger. DreamForge is also known for its hopeful themes and high-end illustrations.

All participating subscribers go to one cloud-based reader’s portal where they can enjoy their free digital magazine along with bonus stories and materials, like author interviews, essays on writing, and positive predictions for the future of humanity.

Gift subscriptions are available this holiday season, and the Smiths and the Noels are considering additional cooperative ventures, including a joint rate sheet for advertisers.

Space & Time Subscriptions: https://www.spaceandtimemagazine.net/subscriptions.html

DreamForge Subscriptions: https://dreamforgemagazine.com/subscribe-to-dreamforge-magazine/

DreamForge Gift Subscriptions: https://dreamforgemagazine.com/dreamforge-as-a-gift/

Inquiries regarding the cooperative venture between Space & Time and DreamForge Magazine should be directed to:

Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Scot Noel
DreamForge Press, LLC
724-331-5061

Scot.Noel(at)DreamForgeMagazine.com

Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Angela Yuriko Smith
Space and Time Publications

angelayurikosmith(at)gmail.com

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