14. Resources

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Science Fiction and Fantasy Web Resources
The world is simply chock full of resources for writers: at your library, in bookstores, and on line. Since you're sitting at your computer now, let's start with some on-line resources that will be of help — particularly those geared to SF and fantasy.

SFF Net, which hosts this course, has a wealth of links for writers.

SFWA Web site: the on-line resource center for the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. It has model contracts, articles on the craft of writing. the business of writing, and agents; it also has information about the organization and how to subscribe to its excellent publication, The SFWA Bulletin, and more.

The Market List is an on-line resource for SF/F writers, with extremely comprehensive information on markets, plus articles and other helpful info.

SF Site contains an enormous amount of information, including links to home pages of many of the professional and semipro SF/F magazines.

Inkspot: The Writer's Resource is an on-line collection of writing resources.

Teen Writing at About.com: A huge collection of links to articles and writing resources.

FictionHome has still more resources.

Advice to Aspiring Writers on my own Web site includes not just advice from me, but links to many other writing sites.

Magazines for the SF/F Writer

Locus a newspaper of the science fiction field

Science Fiction Chronicle another newsletter of the SF field

SFWA Bulletin from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America

Speculations a magazine devoted to the craft of writing SF/F and the needs of new or aspiring writers

 
 

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