Omni Archive

The iconic science fiction magazine from the late 1970s to the mid 1990s. A portion of all proceeds is donated to the Museum of Science Fiction.

OMNI Magazine October 1978
First Word: "There is a universal architecture of infinite elegance and logic form which all things animate and inanimate seem to derive." –Bob Guccione When we called contributing editor Bill Stuckey...
OMNI Magazine November 1978
First Word: "Who can put a dollar value on the tremendous uplifting of the human spirit that occurred on July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong walked on the surface of the moon?" – Bob Guccione "I can ne...
OMNI Magazine December 1978
First Word: "Where in nature will we find the clue that will illuminate that ultimate flight–to the far edge of the galaxy and beyond?" –Frank Kendig Each December marks the anniversary of the Wright ...
OMNI Magazine January 1979
First Word: "The object was silver, it had a flat bottom from which six legs protruded, and it was circular or disc-shaped. It looked like a barbecue grill turned upside down." –Frank Kendig Solar pow...
OMNI Magazine February 1979
First Word: "Whether or not the first test-tube baby is a hoax isn't the issue, rather, it is whether or not scientific journals have a monopoly on the disclosure of new information." –Frank Kendig Th...
OMNI Magazine March 1979
First Word: "We have held NASA to budgets that allow little more than one major program at a time. The result is that we've fielded a team for space missions that has practically no backup capability....
OMNI Magazine April 1979
First Word: "Parapsychologists and other researchers into the paranormal, beware! A backlash is upon you. Times will be getting tougher by and by. It is time to clean up your acts." –Frank Kendig Ther...
OMNI Magazine May 1979
First Word: "Today, it seems, nobody in the aerospace business talks about anything beyond the next scheduled dip into the federal pocketbook." –Frank Kendig Eighty years ago a Russian schoolteacher n...
OMNI Magazine June 1979
First Word: "The concern, of course, is that if the fear spreads, there may never be another nuclear-power plant licensed in the United States." –Frank Kendig We are at the Fermi National Accelerator ...