The monthly magazine Starlog is now available free on the Internet Archive, from 1977 through to about 2008. A famous pre-broadband monthly U.S. magazine of cult media, Starlog tried to survey or note just about everything released commercially in non-literary sci-fi. Alongside (what looks today like) large slabs of 1970s-90s cheese there were longish survey-articles written by devoted fans, plus in-depth interviews with industry creatives.


The magazine’s current ongoing equivalent is the British Starburst magazine, although these days that title is only about 50% real sci-fi (if you leave out the post-apocalyptic shlock and horror movies).