and Solemn Testimonials
Step Outside award winner, March 1999.
EVENT HORIZON Hot Spot winner, August 1998.
Poet's Award winner, July 1998. Humor Award winner, August
1998. Best Webzine Award winner, August 1998.
"I just happened on your site and was most impressed....
Keep up the great work!
Places like yours are sorely needed in this too-ordinary world."
-- Allan Cole, SF/Fantasy author (1997)
"The Great GOO Award: An award given out to sites who want
to exchange a friendly link, who possess originality in content
or design (or both), and who are looking to increase traffic."
"Planet Magazine is...concerned mostly with science fiction
and horror, but blessed with poetry and rather pleasing artwork,
too. The stories are top notch, and the whole is presented without
much fluff, but with a certain degree of self-awareness I find
refreshing....[Y]ou can tell that the publisher and his staff
are real fans of the genre. While the topic may not be as cultured
as that of the competition, the magazine is a high quality affair
that deserves recognition...." -- "About This Particular
Mac", Vol. 2.01, "The Best E-Zines of 1995"; First
Place (tie) Literature category.
Planet is "a damn fine magazine!" --
Spider Robinson, author of "Callahan's Crosstime Saloon"
and other fine books.
"Planet Magazine is consistently good, and
well worth the time if you're a fiction buff." --ZiffNet,
Planet "is what an EZine SHOULD look like!
I'm increasing my budget for color cartridges for my printer this
year...and hope to see more of this Zine!" -- AOL's Writers
Club Forum, 1994.
"Planet magazine is an attempt to make science fiction and
fantasy fiction more professional and accessible. It is a Web
page which succeeds in catching this writer's attention because
of its excellent graphics, and smart organization.... Science
fiction buffs will most definitely be entertained.... Planet Magazine
is a professional and creative publication worth a look. --
Magellan, 4-Star Review, 1995.
Chosen as a Best New York Web Site, 1996.
Planet Magazine was included on The Info-Mac
Archive's "Best of the Internet" CD-ROMs for 1995 and
An Omnivision Winner, 1996.
Top 5% of All Web Sites, 1996.
"Like 'Hello, Dolly!' meets 'Alien 4', with
a dash of William Gibson and a sprinkle of 'The TeleTubbies.'"
-- Biedermeier X. Leeuwenhoek, audience plant, 2999. (unwired)
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