- Tor Books,
an imprint of Tom Doherty Associates, Inc., is a
New York-based publisher of hardcover and softcover
books, founded in 1980 and committed (although not limited)
to SF and fantasy literature.
- Avon Books,
a division of the Hearst Corporation and the second oldest
paperback publishing house in the United States, publishes
books for adults and young readers. The company was founded
in 1941 and acquired by The Hearst Corporation in 1959.
- Golden Gryphon Press
was founded in 1997 by Jim Turner, the long-time editor of Arkham House,
with the mission to publish handsome, quality books of short story collections
by today's master writers and tomorrow's rising stars.
- Asimov's Science Fiction
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The longest running almost-continuously published science fiction magazine in the world.
- Science Fiction Weekly
SFW is the leading electronic publication covering the world of SF.
SFW primarily cover news and reviews, but they also carry some of the best digital
"cover" art on the 'Net and we have an excellent monthly column written by SF
critic and scholar John Clute.
- Sci-Fi Wire
Sci-Fi Wire is a news service of the Sci-Fi Channel.
- Locus Magazine
the newspaper of the science fiction field.
has been published since 1979 (with one long gap) by Dave Langford. It first
appeared at Seacon '79, the World SF Convention held in Brighton,
England, in August 1979.
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc.
was founded in 1965 by Damon Knight, who also served as its first president.
In 1992, the membership voted to officially change the name to the Science Fiction
and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. (SFWA).
- SFF NET
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.
- Roger MacBride Allen
is the author of eighteen or nineteen science fiction novels, depending on how you count.
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