Science Fiction booklists

This is a great site for finding sci-fi short stories. I love their various categories so you can find the sort of thing that you really have a hankering for.

The World Turned Upside Down– a fun collection of short sci-fi that is quite suitable for teens, although it is all older stories and so sometimes very dated.  The reason for this is that the moving vision behind this collection is for two or three of the best Sci-Fi authors of today, plus the publisher of Baen Books, selected some of their favourite short stories they had read as youngsters.

Here’s John C. Wright’s recommended Science Fiction for People Who Don’t Like SF

Appendix N is a list of books which were recommended reading for Dungeon Masters in the old role playing game (I know it’s still around, but this is from its glory days).  John C. Wright has a list and an excellent essay about what appendix N reveals about the gutted scifi being published today vs then.  This is not just nostalgia and the old days were always better talking.

SFFaudio.com.

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