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  • Biographical information, bibliographic resources, a newsletter, message boards.

  • Official website. Biographical and bibliographical material, excerpts from her work, links to online stories, information on public appearances.

  • Site contains biographical and bibliographical information concerning numerous science fiction and fantasy authors. Includes links to other web resources.

  • Exhibit on the development of science fiction literature.

  • This site is "an effort to catalog works of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. It links together various types of bibliographic data: author bibliographies, publication bibliographies, award listings, magazinecontent listings, anthology and collection content listings, yearly fiction indexes, and forthcoming books."

  • Online publication featuring news, reviews, resources, and perspectivesof Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.

  • A collection of links about cyberpunk as both a science-fiction subgenre and a reflection of the evolving digital culture.

  • "This site is a comprehensive bibliography of science-fiction and fantasy authors and their books. The database also contains links to official and fan sites of various authors where they exist. Updated monthly with the latest books and new authors. . ."

  • "An online index to over 60,000 historical and critical items about science fiction, fantasy and horror." Can be searched by author, title, imprint, or subject.

  • This is the site of "one of the most effective non-profit writers' organizations in existence. Over 1200 sf and fantasy writers, artists, editors, and allied professionals aremembers."

  • This diverse directory of science fiction sites includes art and artists, authors, awards, comics, animation, conventions, costuming, magazines and e-zines, fandom, movies, music, television, and more.

  • "The SF Hub is based on the wealth of research resources in the Science Fiction Collections of The University of Liverpool's Special Collections and Archives, including the renowned Science Fiction Foundation Collection. Our advanced search tools will enable you to find the resources you need amongst the extensive collections of books, journals, fiction magazines, fanzines, journal articles and archives at Liverpool University."

  • With more than 10.000 pages of Science Fiction and Fantasy related content, this site features stories, articles, book reviews, excerpts and synopses, author interviews and profiles, television and movie reviews, and discussion forums.

  • Features almost 6000 links to science fiction web resources.

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