Last month I began helping out at The New York Review of Science Fiction.
Very cool. I never know what will come in, and it's very different from anything else I've worked on.
September (#241) is the retro issue, with Doc Savage and James Blish essays on the front page. August (#240) reviewed Lovecraft-inspired art, and featured various essays, one remembering Roger Zelazny, and another on Greye La Spina [a lady I had never heard of].
The New York Review of Science Fiction is a semiprozine which just reached its twenty-first year, and has twenty Hugo nominations; published monthly.
Their Dragon Press store opened this year.
This is a really good summer.