Space Voyager ran for 18 issues (an unnumbered premeire issue and #1-17), beginning in 1982 and ending in 1985. A British magazine, it featured articles on science fiction and fantasy as well as actual astrology. For the last five issues, Neil Gaiman supplied interviews and book reviews. Notably, Space Voyager printed Neil's first interview with Terry Pratchett, which marked their first meeting. The eighteenth issue was to have an interview with Harlan Ellison by Neil, but the magazine was cancelled before it was distributed (see Foreword (The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart Of The World) for the anecdote). One if the magazine's features, For Your Information, featured answers to questions written in to the magazine. In the last two issues, 'letters' were printed by pseudonyms of Neil Gaiman (perhaps a sign of declining sales?). It was also one of several magazines to hold contests to win Ghastly Beyond Belief.