This article is from the sci.fractals FAQ, by Michael C. Taylor and Jean-Pierre Louvet with numerous contributions by others.
Some relevant journals are:
"Chaos and Graphics" section in the quarterly journal "Computers and
Graphics". This contains recent work in fractals from the graphics
perspective, and usually contains several exciting new ideas.
"Mathematical Recreations" section by I. Stewart in "Scientific
"Fractal Trans-Light News" published by Roger Bagula
(<firstname.lastname@example.org>). Roger Bagula 11759 Waterhill Road, Lakeside,
CA 92040 USA. Fractal Trans-Light News is a newsletter of mathematics,
computer programs, art and poetry. To subscribe, send USD $20 (USD $50
for overseas delivery) to the address above.
"Fractal Report". Reeves Telecommunication Labs.
West Towan House, Porthtowan, TRURO, Cornwall TR4 8AX, U.K.
Email: John@longevb.demon.co.uk (John de Rivaz)
"FRAC'Cetera". This is a gazetteer of the world of fractals and
related areas, supplied on IBM PC format HD disk. FRACT'Cetera is the
home of FRUG - the Fractint User Group. For more information, contact:
Jon Horner, Editor,
FRAC'Cetera Le Mont Ardaine, Rue des Ardains, St. Peters Guernsey GY7
9EU Channel Islands, United Kingdom. Email: email@example.com
"Fractals, An interdisciplinary Journal On The Complex Geometry of
"This is a new journal published by World Scientific. B.B Mandelbrot
is the Honorary Editor and T. Vicsek, M.F. Shlesinger, M.M Matsushita
are the Managing Editors). The aim of this first international journal
on fractals is to bring together the most recent developments in the
research of fractals so that a fruitful interaction of the various
approaches and scientific views on the complex spatial and temporal
behavior could take place.