New Worlds is a British pulp Science Fiction magazine published by Nova Publications Ltd. based in London.
The Chairman of this company was none other than the English writer John Wyndam famous for 'The Midwich Cuckoos' (Village of the Damned) and 'The Day of the Triffids'. Michael Moorcock also a well known writer edited the magazine for a brief spell.
It ran from July 1946 to December 1967. It was initially intended to be published quarterly then bi-monthly, but problems with printers and strikes meant that early publication dates were sporadic. It finally settled down to a monthly run from April 1954 until its demise in December 1967. Total issues: 178.
Writers who contributed stories included, John Wydham, Arthur C. Clarke and J.G. Ballard amongst others.