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Science Fiction Links, Spring 2005

I will be updating this list of links over the rest of the semester. My aim is to be selective and choose the most useful sites for context and research. This list represents only the tip of the iceberg; to get a sense of the range of pages out there on the various authors and topics related to this course, I highly recommend that you search on your own by going to any web search engine (I think teoma and google are the best for looking up specific things; yahoo!, excite, infoseek, lycos, and profusion.com are good if you want a somewhat organized overview of what's out there). Please email me with suggestions for additions to this list at simon@fredonia.edu.

Table of Contents

Cheap Books

Electronic Text Archives

On Researching and Writing Well

General Research Sites

Literary and Cultural Studies Research Sites

Critical Theory

Literary and Cultural Studies

American Studies Sites

Science Fiction Studies Sites

An interesting article on the first science fiction studies courses can be found at
Science Fiction in Academe, Science Fiction Studies 70 (November 1996).

General Academic Sites

Journals and Magazines


Science Fiction as World Literature

On Individual Movements, Works, and Authors

Isaac Asimov

Margaret Atwood

Ray Bradbury

Octavia Butler

Orson Scott Card


Samuel Delany

Philip K. Dick

William Gibson

Golden Age

Joe Haldeman

Robert Heinlein

Nalo Hopkinson

Ursula K. LeGuin

Maureen McHugh

New Wave

Marge Piercy

Kim Stanley Robinson

Dan Simmons

Neal Stephenson

Kurt Vonnegut

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ENGL 216: Science Fiction, Spring 2005
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