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The rise of the online science fiction magazine

As the circulation of the traditional US science fiction magazines has declined, new magazines have sprung up online from international small-press publishers. An editor on the staff of Science Fiction World, China's longest-running science fiction magazine, claimed in 2009 that, with "a circulation of 300,000 copies per issue," it was "the World's most-read SF periodical,"[3] although subsequent news suggests that circulation dropped precipitously after the firing of its chief editor in 2010 and the departure of other editors.[4] The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America lists science fiction periodicals that pay enough to be considered professional markets.[5][6]

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