• Extrapolation: the first journal to publish academic work on science fiction and fantasy
  • Femspec: an interdisciplinary feminist journal (genre)
  • Foundation: the international review of science fiction
  • The Internet Review of Science Fiction: Founded January, 2004. “A forum for the serious exploration of the literature of the fantastic,” IRO SF publishes articles, essays, interviews, reviews, and criticism.”
  • Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts
  • Mythlore: peer reviewed journal that focuses on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and the genres of myth and fantasy.
  • The New York Review of Science Fiction
  • Parabola: Quarterly journal studying myth and ritual throughout the world. Critical study of folk and fairytales.
  • Paradoxa: Journal covering “paraliterature,” including “all aspects of genre literature (written, oral, drawn or designed) which make a significant and original contribution to the study of those genres.
  • Science Fiction Studies
  • Studies in Modern Horror: “A scholarly journal for the study of contemporary wierd fiction.”