- pro + zine. See pro ("professional"). (Wiktionary)
“This "prozine" sold for 90 cents and was edited by the late, great Arnold Wagner.”
“I think it's obviously better to be published in a semi-prozine that has shown longevity and has thus got a loyal readership than to be published in a new big-splash start up magazine that dies after a year (perhaps implying that your story wasn; t good enough to keep enough readers interested in the magazine).”
“I think it's obviously better to be published in a semi-prozine that has shown longevity and has thus got a loyal readership than to be published in a new big-splash start up magazine that dies after a year”
“I passed on some samples of his work to Roy Thomas and it resulted in a 1943 calendar for the prozine Alter Ego a few years back.”
“I heard a rumour that podcasts were to be included in the semi-prozine and fanzine categories.”
“The current prozine I read was the April-May 2009 issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction, the first issue under its new bi-monthly publishing schedule; yes, I am rather behind in my prozine reading, even though I only subscribe to that lone magazine.”
“G is for GALAXY Magazine, my favorite prozine in the 1960s until Frederik Pohl retired in 1969 and left it in the incompetent hands of Ejler Jacobsson”
“Quite frankly, I read neither Electric Velocipede nor Weird Tales, so I do not know if they are really the best fanzine and semi-prozine respectively, but their wins do open up the categories for other potential nominees in the future, and that is a good thing.”
“So when he decided to retire as prozine editor after Galaxy was sold in 1969 and return to fulltime writing, few people had particularly high hopes for his fiction.”
“I was particularly happy to see Weird Tales when the Semi-prozine category because I think the work that Stephen H. Segal has done to reimagine the magazine has been incredible.”
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