I have been fortunate to subscribe to this magazine since it began. Each magazine does a very good job of covering fantasy in all its media aspects, with occasional nods to horror and science fiction.
Each issue has standard departments in addition to an array of stories. The list of contributors is at the front, along with photographs of some of the contributors and a brief comment about each.
The next department is "Folkroots." Each issue explores an aspect of folklore and mythology. I can recall articles on the green man, gemstones, and Sir James M. Barrie, the author of "Peter Pan." The range of coverage knows no bounds, and...