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3 A.M. Publishing
is an excellent resource for both writers and readers.
offers fresh, original speculative fiction — as much as possible, as often as possible. There’s a lot of good stuff to read here.
The Baltimore Science Fiction Society
is a non-profit educational organization offering resources of interest to science fiction fans.
A Barsoom Glossary
by David Bruce Bozarth, has everything you needed to know about the worlds created by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
provides free quality original fiction for avid readers.
is a review of science fact and science fiction. Formerly (1987-1997) the annual (paper) magazine distributed at the UK national SF convention and European SF convention.
is an online workshop/critique group for serious writers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
helps readers of cyber-pulp find great new books faster and offers deals and prizes.
Encyclopedia of Arda
has everything you wanted to know about the world created by J.R. Tolkien.
The E-Zine List
is an original, but no longer being updated.
by Alan Rabinowitz.
Great Science-Fiction & Fantasy Works
is dedicated to presenting works in the fields of science-fiction and fantasy (sometimes collectively called ‘speculative fiction’) that get high grades for literary quality without needing any bonus points just for being SF&F. The books are judged as just books, not as ‘science-fiction books’ or ‘fantasy books’.
is for people and businesses in the speculative fiction industries.
provides Japanese anime, heroes, and manga.
offers news, reviews, resources, and perspectives of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
shows animated, unretouched images of Mars. Spooky.
is a webzine of speculative fiction. You can also find movie reviews, SF info, and more.
Preditors & Editors
is home of the annual Preditors & Editors Readers Poll for science fiction and fantasy, among many other resources.
The Pulp Zone
is your online reference to the Golden Age of pulp magazines.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database
has online access to over 55,000 historical and critical items about science fiction, fantasy and horror.
The Science Fiction Resource Guide (SFRG)
is just what it says it is.
offers book-editing service and resources for writers and readers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
is an Internet directory offering numerous links to articles and web sites, including SF and fantasy.
is designed to support fast-moving, intelligent conversation about genre literature of all kinds. It’s the place for authors, editors, readers, and publishers to get together to discuss books, stories, the art and craft of popular fiction, and all aspects of the literary life.
bills itself as “the home page for science fiction and fantasy,” and that’s a very good description. You’ll find lots of book reviews here, as well as feature articles, commentary, interviews, and links to top SF magazines like Analog and Asmiov’s. Go visit.
includes SF art galleries, a virtual museum, the top 100 SF movies, free SF screensavers, etc.
is “the Science Fiction and Fantasy Resource Network” and is a very nice place to spend some time.
Spicy Green Iguana
is a speculative fiction magazine link resource guide for writers, readers, and artists. It has more than 300 links to genre magazines large and small, print and online, and includes submission addresses, monthly reviews, and a section devoted to magazines without an Internet presence.
offers sci-fi radio dramas. The producers also offer free online production classes to volunteers in the areas of voices, music, sound effects, etc.
by Duncan Long, is a gallery of twisted art.
is a small publishing house in New Orleans that specializes in science fiction and fantasy. Its goal is to help both new and established authors produce and promote quality works of SF&F.
Whispers of Wickedness
offers dark, atmospheric art and fiction, a regularly updated website, a quarterly print zine, and chapbook publication.
explores the history of the future — our expectations and beliefs about things to come. From ray guns to robots, to nuclear-powered cars, to the Atom-Bomb house, to predictions and inventions that went awry, “Yesterday’s Tomorrows” helps us understand the values and hopes Americans hold and have held about the years to come.