I have been very pleased by the response to my post yesterday entitled “Where Have All the Good Blogs Gone?“, which tried to offer some optimism after the recently announced closures of two well-known genre sites, SF Signal and My Bookish Ways. Pleased not just because this has been the most popular post on my site for… Continue reading Something Old, Something New
Two very well-known and much-loved genre sites have announced their closure over the last few days. First SF Signal, long-running multi-contributor site established by John DeNardo and JP Frantz. Then My Bookish Ways, the blog of SF Signal associate editor Kristin Centorcelli. These closures have prompted renewed discussion about various issues that have been… Continue reading Where Have All the Good Blogs Gone?
The year is nearly over, but there is still time to carry out a resolution for 2015. I have previously published various lists of links to science fiction and fantasy blogs that I think would be of interest to fans. It has been a year (December 2014) since I published such a list, so there… Continue reading Resolution Solution
The link post, in which I list some sites that I think might be interesting to other people, used to be a regular feature here on SCy-Fy. However, it has been many months since I posted one (you can find the old ones in the “SFF Links” tab in the menu), so I am today starting another series… Continue reading A (Virtual) Room of One’s Own
Are you watching? There’s a visual counter-revolution underway. A month ago, I posted about podcasts, saying that they represented an audio fightback after years of domination by TV and related media. Youtube is creating a similar fightback for visual media over the internet. Maybe you are already a regular viewer of science fiction and fantasy content on… Continue reading Booktubers, Vlogs and Other Visions
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SCy-Fy posted a list of science fiction podcasts last month, and more recently has been running a series of interviews with sci-fi podcasters. Despite being a regular consumer of audio content, I haven’t started listening to podcasts yet. A friend recommended a non-fiction podcast, Hardcore History, and I became…
Can you hear it? There’s an audio counter-revolution underway. Maybe you are already a card-holding member of the vanguard. If not, there’s a whole new aural world to discover. Good old radio has reinvented itself as podcasts – audio files that can be listened to in various ways, such as on iPods (hence the name)… Continue reading Are You Listening to Podcasts?
Here are some more SFF blogs that I follow and which I think deserve to be better known: http://fantasyreviewbarn.com Fantasy Review Barn http://booktionary.blogspot.com Mad Hatter’s Bookshelf http://mybookishways.com My Bookish Ways http://sfpotpourri.blogspot.com SF Potpourri http://speculativebookreview.blogspot.com Speculative Book Review http://qwillery.blogspot.com Qwillery http://tsanasreads.blogspot.com Tsana’s Reads and Reviews http://weirdmage.blogspot.com Weirdmage’s Reviews http://elitistbookreviews.com Elitist Book Reviews SIGN UP BY… Continue reading Still More Science Fiction and Fantasy Blogs
I previously posted lists of well-and lesser-known SFF blogs. Here are some further blogs that I follow that I think should be better known. Happy reading! http://abitterdraft.com A Bitter Draft http://afantasticallibrarian.com A Fantastical Librarian http://andrewrcameron.com Science-fictionality http://bibliosanctum.com BiblioSanctum http://bibliotropic.net Bibliotropic http://davebrendon.wordpress.com Southern African Speculative Fiction Review http://farbeyondreality.com Far Beyond Reality http://mmogamerchick.wordpress.com MMOGC http://scifichick.com SciFi Chick http://sffbookreview.wordpress.com… Continue reading More Science Fiction and Fantasy Blogs
Here’s a list of SFF organisations of which I am a member or which I find useful. I hope these are interesting: http://bsfa.co.uk British Science Fiction Association: What it says http://britishfantasysociety.org/ British Fantasy Society: What it says http://FantasyBookClub.org Fantasy Book Club: London based http://horror.org/ Horror Writers Association: What it says on the coffin http://patreon.com Patreon: Turn… Continue reading Science Fiction and Fantasy Organisations