I just now renewed my subscription to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction for two years.
F&SF has a distinguished 72-year history of publishing extraordinary and often important fantasy, science fiction, and horror stories. Its run of editors includes many of the best in the genre. The latest editor, Sheree Renée Thomas is just coming into her own right now. (There is always a months-long period when an editor is publishing stories bought by her predecessor.) Among Ms. Thomas's many prior achievements are the Dark Matter anthologies documenting the previously obscured history of Black involvement in science fiction. I am a great fan of those books and am looking forward to what comes next.
Okay, I was going to give the softest of soft-sales there, but my enthusiasm ran away with me.
Anyway, I want to suggest that you consider subscribing. This is an interesting period in science fiction history and, as usual, F&SF is right in the midst of things.
And have you noticed . . .??
There's a similarity in the covers I got from F&SF for my last two stories there, and it's not that both the people shown are Black.
In both, the artist (Maurizio Manzieri for "Starlight Express," above; and Alan M. Clark for "Dreadnought," below) created an image designed to draw you into the story by giving you an intriguing idea of what it's about... and then, you've read the story, inviting you to look at it again, to see how your understanding of it has changed.
They are both remarkable works, and I am fortunate to have had them attached to my stories.