Argentus is a science fiction fanzine by Steven H Silver.
Argentus was first published in Deerfield, Illinois, U.S.A. in Fall 2001, and has appeared annually ever since. The most recent issue is issue 11, released in 2011.
Covers, in order of publication, are by Sue Mason (#1), Sheryl Birkhead (#2), Bob Eggleton (#3), Brad W. Foster (#4), Steven H Silver (#5), Frank Wu (#6), Deb Kosiba ($7), Delphyne Woods (#8), Mo Starkey (#9), Steve Stiles (#10) and Mo Starkey (#11).
Art work is by Sheryl Birkhead, Kurt Erichsen, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Anne Green, Trinlay Khadro, Deb Kisoba, Sue Mason, William Rotsler, Steve Stiles, Taral Wayne (DNQ), Delphyne Woods, and Frank Wu.
Contributions have come from Alma Alexander, Michael A. Andaluz, James Bacon (Journey Planet), Gregory Benford, Jason Burnett, Michael A. Burstein, John Carr, Richard Chwedyk, Zachary Charney Cohen, Julie Czerneda, Alex Eisenstein, Rhonda Eudaly, Chris Garcia (The Drink Tank), Diana Glyer, Mike Glyer (File 770), Anne Gray (Wellspring), Brian Gray, Steve Green, Mark Herrup, John Hertz, Rich Horton, Janis Ian, Howard Andrew Jones, Daniel M. Kimmel, Paul Kincaid, Nancy Kress, David Langford (Ansible), Evelyn Leeper, Mark Leeper, Fred Lerner, Rich Lynch, Joseph Major (Alexiad), Jim Mann, Pat Sayre McCoy, Larry Niven, Erik V. Olson, Marc Ortleib (The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet, Tigger), Pierre Pettinger, Robert Rede, Mike Resnick, Ralph Roberts, Larry Sanderson, Steve Sawicki, Stanley Schmidt, Joyce Scrivner, Marah Searle-Kovacevic, Robert Silverberg (Spaceship), Susan Sizemore, Leah Zeldes Smith, Sherwood Smith, S.M. Stirling, Steve Stoliar, Lynne Thomas, Michael D. Thomas, David Truesdale, Harry Turtledove, Taral Wayne, Tom Whitmore, and Connie Willis.
Also included is an interview with Michael A. Burstein (Burstzine).
Letters come from Gregory Benford, Sheryl Birkhead, E.B. Frohvet (Twink)Mary Kay Kare, Lisa Major (Alexiad), John O'Neill, Lloyd Penney, John Purcell (Askance), Bob Sabella, Garth Spencer (The Maple Leaf Rag, The Central Ganglion), Milt Stevens and Henry Welch.