We have acquired a number of useful Science Fiction links over the years. We have organized them into various categories
for your convenience:
- Made in Canada is a site
that identifies a multitude of Canadians involved in SF, including actors, writers, and filmmakers. There is a
brief biography on each of the people featured in the site, plus links to further information. The author of this
site is only updating it very infrequently but it still has valuable information.
- SF 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, magazine content listings, anthology and
collection content listings, yearly fiction indexes, and forthcoming books. There is also a page dedicated to
keeping people informed about various SF Conventions.
- syfy.com is a site that tells you what's
happening on the SYFY cable channel in the United States.
- Science Fiction Writers of America operates a site that gives
you information about the business and craft of writing. It also has biographical information about SFWA writers
and links to their own sites.
- The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, London Center
meets on the third Friday of every month, except August, at Fanshawe College in London. Non-members and anyone interested
in astronomy are always welcome to attend, as are astronomy club members from other cities who are visiting London.
- Collections of Literary Award information
- Locus Magazine
- Genre Resource Guide: Science Fiction and Fantasy A Comprehensive Guide for Readers and Writers of Science Fiction and Fantasy.
- Star Wars official site
- Science Fiction Fandom webring
- World Science Fiction Society site
- X Minus 1 is an old science fiction radio show from the 1950s. The various episodes that comprised the series are approximately a half hour
long and all of them are accessible by simply clicking on the file name of the episode. Some of the scripts are radio adaptations of stories by Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, and Robert A. Heinlein.