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Friday, March 29, 2013

The SF/F and Related Blogs You Read

I follow a bunch of genre-related blogs, but I always have this feeling that I'm missing something.  And so this post is about that.

What are your favorite SF/F and related blogs?  I want to know.  Leave a comment with links and maybe I'll find something new!

That's it.  Nothing more exciting than that!

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5 comments:

  1. Hm. Let's see...

    I check out most of these on a daily basis (or, that is, I check out their gathered feeds):

    io9 - Maybe not a blog, per se, but still great for sf/f culture and science/geek news

    SF Signal, of course
    SF Novelists
    Locus
    A Dribble of Ink
    Fantasy Book Critic
    Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
    Fantasy Literature
    Magical Words
    The SFWA blog
    The Night Bazaar

    And those are just the genre ones. Got plenty more for science, geek, freelancing, publishing, general fiction/book interests, etc.

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  2. JV: Thanks for the comment.

    I follow a bunch of those, so I'll check out the ones that aren't already on there.

    Do feel free to suggest science/geek ones, though :)

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  3. Besides all JRVogt's recs (and I do read all of those feeds mentioned)

    Speculative Fiction Junkie
    Damien G. Walter's Blog
    A Fantasy Reader
    Gav Reads
    Pornokitsch
    Staffer's Musings
    Elitist Books
    Dark Wolf's Fantasy Review
    The World SF Blog
    Weird Fiction Review
    Fantasy Faction
    Fantasy Cafe

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  4. Here's a more comprehensive list:

    Writing/Publishing Sites
    Digital Book World
    Rachelle Gardner's agent blog
    RMFW (local writing guild)
    TeleRead
    PublishersWeekly/Publishers Lunch

    Geek/Science/Tech Sites
    Geeks Are Sexy
    Gizmag
    Gizmodo
    Lifehacker
    The Verge
    Wired
    Mashable
    TechCrunch

    Freelancing
    Copyblogger
    Entrepreneur
    Fast Company
    FreelanceSwitch
    Advertising Age

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  5. Nice ones, Adam. Spotting a few there I need to add on my end, methinks.

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