Science Fiction (full title: Science Fiction, Fantasy i Horror) is a Polish speculative fiction monthly magazine. It was established in 2001 under the name Science Fiction by Robert J. Szmidt, who was also the first editor. It is geared mostly towards Polish fantasy and science fiction, but occasionally publishes translations, primarily from non-English languages.
In 2005 the magazine was renamed to Science Fiction, Fantasy i Horror. Since 2009 it is published by Fabryka Słów. Current editor is Rafał Dębski.
Notable authors who had been associated with the magazine include Feliks W. Kres, Andrzej Pilipiuk, Jarosław Grzędowicz, Romuald Pawlak, Adam Cebula, Marek Żelkowski, Wiktor Żwikiewicz, Jacek Dukaj.
Since 2004 the magazine has sponsored the Nautilus Award.