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Absolute Magnitude
Adventures of Sword and Sorcery
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Century is one of the most literate Speculative Fiction magazines to hit the SF world in years. Highly recommended quarterly magazine with a great Web Page.

Crank! If you like Century you'll love Crank! as well. Publishes the likes of Gene Wolfe, Jonathan Lethem, Michael Bishop, Eliot Fintushel, and other literate, dazzling, and off-beat writers. Stories that are classy and cool and wonderfully different mark this magazine.

Dark Regions
Dead of Night
Fantastic Worlds
Freezer Burn Magazine
Galactic Citizen
Heliocentric Net Annual
Little Green Men
Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine
Next Phase

Omni/Omni On-line I think everyone has heard of this magazine. Editor Ellen Datlow is one of the most respected fiction editors in the SF field, and the fiction she chooses here is routinely nominated for the field's top honors.

On Spec
Realms of Fantasy
Science Fiction Age
The Silver Web
Space and Time
Tales of the Unanticipated
Terminal Fright
Terra Incognita
The Third Alternative
Tomorrow Speculative Fiction
The Urbanite
Worlds of Fantasy & Horror
Zone 9
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Authors Profiled in Tangent

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Speculations: is one of the most valuable resources for the SF writer. This non-fiction magazine provides complete market listings and updates for hundreds of magazine and book publishers. It lists pay rates, response times, publication guidelines, and much more. A must.

The Heliocentric Network: This page offers lots of marketing advice and information for writers. Boy, is this an invaluable and great-looking page!

SFFWA: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's of America home page. The professional organization for SF and Fantasy professional writers, editors, publishers, and agents. A great place to start browsing, or to learn more about this prestigious organization.

Ansible: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/SF-Archives/Ansible/

C.J. Cherryh's Home Page

Critters Workshop: An Internet based writer's workshop. Michael Burstein, 1996 Hugo Nominee, says he "highly recommends it."

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: http://www.rockhall.com/


SFF.Net members: http://www.sff.net/people/ -- lot of different people.

Harlan Ellison: http://www.menagerie.net/ellison

Mary Soon Lee: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mslee/wr.html

Syne Mitchell: http://www.sff.net/people/syne/default.htp

Mark Kreighbaum: One of Tangent's long-time reviewers and professional SF/F writer (short stories and upcoming novels). One of my favorite people.

Bud Sparhawk: Bud is also one of my favorite people (and writers). He appears frequently in ANALOG and is known for his rapier wit. Bud was one of Tangent's featured Author Profiles in the Spring 1995 issue (#10). Check him out!

Edgar Rice Burroughs: http://www.tarzan.com/

John Wyndham: http://www.pcs.sk.ca/sjk/wyndham.htm

SCI-FInder, the specialist SF&F search engine: http://www.sf-fantasy.com

Jack Beslanwitch's Writer Resources: http://www.webwitch.com/writers/

James Gunn: http://falcon.cc.ukans.edu/~sfcenter

A Michael Bishop page: http://www.mindspring.com/~mhhutchins/bishop.htm

John Shirley's home page: http://www.darkecho.com/JohnShirley.html


Dangerous Visions: http://www.primenet.com/~specfic/

Other Change Of Hobbit: http://www.dnai.com/~ochobbit/

Mark V. Ziesing Bookseller: http://bigchair.com/ziesing/

Amazon Books: http://www.amazon.com

Reader's Robot: Search by Title, Author, Theme, Keyword: http://www.tnrdlib.bc.ca/sf-sig-b.html

Media Related

Science Fiction Weekly: http://www.mordor.com/sfw/

Ray Harryhausen: http://www.leba.net/~jrodkey/hrryhusn.html

General SF/F Resources

The Market List: http://www.marketlist.com

The Internet Speculative Fiction Database: http://www.cu-online.com/~avonruff/sfdbase.html

Magic Dragon: http://www.magicdragon.com/UltimateSF/SF-Index.html

SciFi Weekly Update: http://www.scifi.com/sfw/index.html

MIT SF Library: http://www.mit.edu:8001/pinkdex

SF Resource Guide: http://www.lysator.liu.se/sf_archive/sf-texts/SF_resource_guide/

Science Fiction Resources On The WWW: http://www.arisia.org:80/sf.html

Manuel Avalos SF Resource Page: http://www.west.asu.edu/mavalos/sf.htm

Mythopoeic Society

Compuserve Science Fiction & Fantasy Forums' Homepage: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/wesmeier/

Mind's Eye Fiction: http://tale.com Gila Queen's Guide to Markets: http://www.pacifier.com/~alecwest/gila/

Jeffrey Carver's new site: http://www.starrigger.net

World Science Fiction Convention: http://worldcon.org

SFF.Net SFF.Net: The generous folks who donated this web-space and support Science Fiction and Fantasy by hosting a number of authors and professional organizations on their server. Check them out.

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On-line Hugo Ballot and Worldcon (LoneStarCon2) page: http://www.io.com/~lsc2/hugo/hugobal2.html

Links of Interest to Kansas City SF fans (KC being the home of Tangent itself)

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