This week is a SciFi Mashup that isn’t really a mashup. For your reading pleasure, here are some fun science fiction magazine sites. If you haven’t visited them, click on the links below. Among these, I’m sure you’ll find something that speaks to your SF bug. (SF is the abbreviation for science fiction that us old-timers use.)
Asimovs Science Fiction
offers samples of their print and e-format magazine, links to author, magazine and other SF related sites, and they feature a couple of new author blogs each month. They cover a wide range of SciFi subgenres.
Amazing Stories Magazine
calls their site a Social Magazine. Scroll down the page to see some of the fascinating posts and join the forum to participate in the conversation.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine
is up in space! (in the library of the International Space Station). This site offers the usual plus a reference library and an events calendar. (I have a soft spot for this one since they published my collaborations, The White Hope and The White Box. )
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
features a blog with interviews, reviews, and articles as well as a forum for discussions among fans.
is considered a fanzine(a nonprofessional, nonofficial publication by fans). You’ll find book and movie reviews, free fiction, convention information, and more at this site.
Hi! I’m popping up out of my writing cave for a few minutes to say hi and share some links you might want to know about. I’ll be heading back into the cave in a minute. I’m determined to finish this re-write before I take off for an intense immersion class. In the meantime, I will try to post a short piece every couple of weeks. I’ll return to a regular blogging scheduled in late October.
I hope you found something of interest in this SciFic mashup of online Science Fiction reading. Are there science fiction sites you visit regularly?