Fantasy Fiction (previously Fantasy Magazine) was a fantasy and science fiction magazine published in the United States in 1953. It was published by Future Publications out of New York City. Between February 1953 and November 1953 they released a total of four issues in the digest format.
Fantasy Fiction published works by Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan the Barbarian. It also published two of Philip K Dick's short stories, "Out in the Garden" and "The Cookie Lady".