SF Sites on the Web

After you have exhausted the delights of the OUSFG and Sfinx web pages, you might be interested in one of these other SF resources. I'm afraid this is rather a random list, and is certainly not intended to be complete. The SF Resource Guide is probably a good place to start if you prefer a proper listing to my random bibblings.
  • UK Science Fiction Fandom Archives
  • The Linköping Science Fiction & Fantasy Archive
  • Science Fiction Resource Guide (or its UK or Swedish mirrors)
  • The Lurker's Guide to Babylon 5
  • Directory of UK Student SF Societies
  • Great Science-Fiction and Fantasy Works (a critial list)
  • SF Site (claims to be "The Home Page for Science Fiction and Fantasy")
  • The Internet Speculative Fiction DataBase
  • The Locus Index to Science Fiction
  • SCI FI News Wire
  • Internet Movie Database
  • OUSFG SF Sites

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, or related sites created by past or present OUSFG members.
  • CAPTION comics convention [Damian Cugley, Jeremy Dennis, et al]
  • Alien Planet Designer [John Bray]
  • Undying King Games and Digital Mind Games [Mo Holkar]
  • Michael Marshall Smith fan site [Archie Maskill]
  • Some other Oxford University student societies

  • Oxford University Douglas Adams Society
  • Taruithorn, The Oxford Tolkien Society
  • Oxford University Role Playing Games Society
  • Oxford Arthurian Society
  • Oxford University Star Trek(TM) Society
  • OU Who - The Oxford University Society for Cult Television
  • The Oxford Babylon 5 Society
  • Some Other SF Pages

    that have been recommended to me
  • Voyager science fiction & fantasy (Harper Collins UK)
  • The Journals of Chaos V
  • The Pulp Zone, a site dedicated to vintage SF pulp magazines from the 1930's to 1950's.
  • Russian Science Fiction & Fantasy ("good stuff [in] hilariously bad english [sic]" - Tom)
  • SF Reviews - biased and superficial Science Fiction reviews[new]

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