100 Best Science Fiction Blogs and Websites
Science Fiction Blogs
Here are 100 Best Science Fiction Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Clarkesworld Magazine
Stirling, Alberta, Canada
Clarkesworld Magazine is a Hugo, World Fantasy, and British Fantasy Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine that publishes short stories, interviews, articles and audio fiction.
Also in Magazine Podcasts, Science Fiction Magazines
17.7K⋅ 50.9K ⋅18 posts / month Get Email Contact
2. Orbit Books
New York, England, UK
Orbit in the US and UK has published two Hugo Award winners: The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin, and Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie, which became the first novel to win every major award in the field. Orbit is an English-language publisher of science fiction and fantasy with dedicated publishing teams in the US and UK.
Also in Fiction Blogs
40.5K⋅ 94.6K⋅ 15.9K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Woodland Hills, California, US
ScienceFiction.com is a forerunner in the scope of fantasy and science fiction news with reports, interviews, and reviews. We keep our fellow science fiction fans connected to their favorite characters and stories by offering the latest news in movies, television series, games, books, comic books, and technology.
18.2K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
4. Cancelled Sci Fi
San Antonio, Texas, US
Covers what's on and what's coming up in sci fi and fantasy television as well as the cancellation/renewal status for the currently airing/streaming shows. Cancelled Sci Fi is dedicated to science fiction and fantasy television shows that are currently airing as well as those that have already ended and also tracks all the current shows and makes predictions on whether they will be renewed or cancelled.
731⋅ 4.3K ⋅6 posts / week Get Email Contact
Enfield, Connecticut, US
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. was founded in 1965 by the American science fiction author Damon Knight. Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America informs, supports, promotes, defends and advocates for its member writers. SFWA is a professional organization for authors of science fiction, fantasy and related genres.
47.1K⋅ 59.6K ⋅9 posts / month Get Email Contact
6. The SF Gateway
SF Gateway is part catalogue site, highlighting and promoting the thousands of eBooks the imprint publishes; it is part gateway (pardon the inevitable pun) to the online retailers from whom these eBooks can be bought; part community hub for readers who wish to discuss and recommend authors and books with their fellow enthusiasts; and part commentary/blog site.
1.4K⋅ 5.4K ⋅3 posts / month Get Email Contact
7. File 770
File770.com is the online version of Mike Glyer's science fiction fan newzine, reporting on fanzines, sf clubs, conventions, fan funds and fanac. File 770 is named for the party in Room 770 at the 1951 Worldcon that upstaged the convention.
82 ⋅4 posts / day Get Email Contact
8. Sci-Fi Bloggers
Dunedin, Florida, US
Covers sci-fi movies, TV shows, books, video games and more! We're an online magazine focused on sci-fi and fantasy entertainment.
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4.5K⋅ 930 ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
9. Tor.com Magazine
New York City, New York, US
Tor.com is a site for science fiction, fantasy, and all the things that interest SF and fantasy readers. It publishes original fiction, art, and commentary on science fiction and related subjects by a wide range of writers from all corners of the field; both professionals working in the genres and fans.
105.1K⋅ 107.5K ⋅9 posts / day Get Email Contact
10. Locus Online
Oakland, California, US
Locus Magazine reviews science fiction, fantasy, and horror books and short fiction, covers industry and fandom news.
7K⋅ 41.6K ⋅2 posts / day Get Email Contact
TrekCore is the web's largest and most frequently updated Star Trek multimedia resource. Your best source for StarTrek TV, movie, convention, and product news. Check out our reviews and our extensive Trek media archives!
50.4K⋅ 107.2K ⋅6 posts / week Get Email Contact
Los Angeles, California, US
TrekMovie.com has established a reputation for scooping the big Trek news. TrekMovie.com has grown by bringing on a diverse range of editors and contributors, all of whom are respected experts covering different areas of the Star Trek franchise. trafficked Star Trek news sites and continues to grow.
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30.1K⋅ 68.6K ⋅1 post / day ⋅ Jul 2006 Get Email Contact
13. Book Riot » Science Fiction/Fantasy
Welcome to the sci-fi and fantasy corner of Book Riot, where we discuss the best fantasy book series (and best fantasy books that standalone - yes, those do exist), YA sci-fi, science fiction books for kids, cozy sci-fi (also a thing!), and more. Book Riot is the largest independent literary site in North America, bringing you news, bookish commentary, and recs for readers of all stripes.
882K⋅ 265K ⋅3 posts / week Get Email Contact
Written by fans for fans SciFiNow is the first new science fiction, horror, cult TV and fantasy magazine in the last 12 years - a high quality title that celebrates the explosion of new sci-fi TV shows, films and culture, past present and future.
Also in Horror Movie Blogs, UK Science Fiction Blogs
11.8K⋅ 46.8K ⋅2 posts / day Get Email Contact
Lightspeed is a digital science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF- and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folktales.
35.8K ⋅4 posts / week Get Email Contact
16. Nerdist » Sci-Fi
Find the latest about sci-fi movie news, plus helpful articles and tips, reviews and recommendations from Nerdist. Stay tuned and entertained! Since 2012, Nerdist has been an oasis in the digital desert, a beacon of positivity amidst a sea of cynicism, and a welcoming space to geek out about the many things that we love. With a community of millions of passionate people from all over the world, Nerdist comes together to celebrate our shared love of pop culture.
2.1M⋅ 475.9K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
17. The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
Welcome to the fourth edition of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, the second to appear online. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, scholarly, and critical guide to science fiction in all its forms.
2.5K⋅ 7.6K ⋅6 posts / day Get Email Contact
18. David Brin Blog
San Diego, California, US
A blog about science, technology, science fiction, books, and the future. David Brin is a scientist, futurist and best-selling author. His novels include Earth, Existence, The Postman, and Kiln People, as well as Hugo Award winners Startide Rising and The Uplift War.
8.8K⋅ 42.1K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
19. Uncanny Magazine
Uncanny Magazine is an online Science Fiction and Fantasy magazine featuring passionate SF/F fiction and poetry, gorgeous prose, provocative nonfiction, and a deep investment in the diverse SF/F culture.
Also in Fiction Magazines
4.6K⋅ 30K ⋅18 posts / month Get Email Contact
SciFiPulse has been bringing you all the latest in genre TV and Movie news since May 2001. Read about the latest comics, series, and movie news & reviews.
7.5K⋅ 1.1K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
21. Queer Sci Fi
Queer Sci Fi is a blog and website that's all about LGBT characters in science fiction, fantasy, paranormal and horror fiction. We're dedicated to promoting the inclusion of LGBT characters in these genres. We post regular discussion topics, news, book announcements and reviews.
3.6K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
Welcome to SFFWorld.com, one of the oldest genre websites featuring the best in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. Read book reviews, author interviews, guest posts, and more.
1.8K⋅ 3.6K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
23. Slice of SciFi
Slice of SciFi originally began as the voice of the SAVE ENTERPRISE campaign of Spring 2005. Listen to interviews with creators of genre TV, films, streaming shows, stage plays, film festivals, and more.
2.7K⋅ 2.6K ⋅3 posts / month Get Email Contact
Indianapolis, Indiana, US
SciFiChick.com covers science fiction and fantasy novels, movies/tv, genre-inspired subscription boxes, and other random geeky items.
Also in Fantasy Book Blogs
561⋅ 4.7K⋅ 767 ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Lancaster, England, UK
SFBook.com is one of the oldest sites on the internet, founded back in 1999 in an age before phones became smart and when the leading figure of the free world was respected and even occasionally admired. A nonprofit site primarily aimed at the Science fiction, fantasy and horror genres (although we do have a growing list of general fiction). We strive to feature only the very best in Science fiction, fantasy, horror and speculative novels. We like to think we write personal, unique and constructive reviews.
1.2K ⋅10 posts / day Get Email Contact
26. Fantasy Cafe
Fantasy Cafe is dedicated to reviewing and discussing speculative fiction books of all kinds - fantasy, science fiction, and their various subgenres, including both adult and young adult speculative fiction books.
832⋅ 5.8K ⋅4 posts / month Get Email Contact
27. Worlds Without End Blog
Dallas, Texas, US
Worlds Without End is a website dedicated to bringing you the best Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror literature. We've built an extensive database of the best books, authors, and publishers. Our goal is to be the best resource around for SF/F/H novels. WWEnd is designed to help you find the books you crave.
1.3K⋅ 30.1K ⋅3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
28. Angry Robot Blog
Angry Robot Books is an independent publisher of the very best in science fiction, fantasy, and WTF?! Since 2009, we have consistently sought to find and give a platform to new voices and new stories that push the boundaries of genre fiction, mess them about, and put them back together again in all kinds of awesome ways - we like to think of ourselves as 'genrefluid'.
4K⋅ 35.8K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
29. Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
Pat's Fantasy Hotlist brings you fantasy and science fiction and speculative fiction book reviews, author interviews, bestseller news, contests, giveaways, and more.
1.1K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
30. Daily Science Fiction
Daily Science Fiction is an online magazine specializing in science fiction, fantasy, and everything in between. A new story is published every weekday and sent to subscribers via e-mail, and stories appear a week later on dailysciencefiction.com.
20.8K ⋅7 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
Scified was forged by fans for fans, delivering the latest news, scoops and engaging discussion on the most popular and most widely talked about upcoming sci-fi blockbusters. We are a fan community, privately owned and operated. We manage a virtual office, with a small staff of dedicated fans, spanned across the globe who help ensure Scified runs smoothly.
9 posts / day Get Email Contact
32. Toledo Lucas County Public Library » Science Fiction and Fantasy
In a region of makers, dreamers, and doers, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library has served as the hub of activity in every neighborhood for 184 years. The Library has free books, movies, music, and programs for everyone. We help children learn to read, students succeed, adults expand their horizons, and businesses grow. Explore our articles on Science Fiction and Fantasy for more information on the genre, authors, new books in market, bestsellers and more!
30.8K⋅ 10.3K ⋅4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
33. Charlotte's Library Blog
New England, North Dakota, US
I blog about science fiction and fantasy books for kids and teens, with a smattering of other genres. My name really is Charlotte. I'm an archaeologist by day, a volunteer for the Friends of a small New England library by night, and an avid reader of fantasy and science fiction.
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1K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Feb 2007 Get Email Contact
Aurealis is Australia's most successful SF/fantasy magazine. Aurealis has provided a steady, reliable market for established writers, and has launched dozens of new writers who are now becoming established. With this website we hope to bring Australian science fiction and fantasy into the global SF community.
1.9K⋅ 2.1K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
35. Physics and Art
Solomons, Maryland, US
Dr. Robert August is an internationally recognized nuclear detection expert with decades of experience developing technology and methods for addressing the clandestine nuclear attack issue.
32.2K ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
36. Women at Warp Blog
Women at Warp is a twice-monthly podcast where four women talk about Star Trek, its representations of women, contributions of women behind the scenes, and other fun Trek topics.
4.7K⋅ 6.1K⋅ 1.3K ⋅2 posts / week ⋅ Dec 2016 Get Email Contact
Scifispace.com has been providing science-fiction fans with news, reviews, and fun since 1998. Our latest version offers a more social community with member forums, groups which includes collaboration to write fan-fic and your own stories, and so much more. Join us on our voyage of discovery of all things nerd, geek, and sci-fi.
134⋅ 374 ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
38. Black Science Fiction Society Blog
Black Science Fiction Society highlights, celebrates and develops science fiction, speculative fiction, sword and soul, fantasy, horror, movies, games and more.
Also in African American Book Blogs
12.9K⋅ 10.4K ⋅4 posts / week ⋅ Oct 2007 Get Email Contact
39. SciFi Stream
SciFiStream.com is a streaming science fiction news site. In addition to the latest headlines, spoilers, and reviews, you can also find dedicated sections for dozens of our favorite science fiction shows (past and present) - complete with the Internet's most user-friendly concise, year-by-year episode guides.
172⋅ 1.9K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
40. Sci-fi interfaces
San Francisco, California, US
Sci-fi interfaces analyzes the interfaces seen in movies and television show for fun and erudition. Its main author and curator is Chris Noessel. He does this in his 'spare time' so two posts a week is a pretty good pace. All screenshots are property of the studios who produced the show and are used under Fair Use laws.
519⋅ 2.1K ⋅13 posts / year ⋅ Jul 2012 Get Email Contact
41. Cora Foerstner: SciFi/Fantasy Author
Seattle, Washington, US
Cora Foerstner has loved science fiction and fantasy stories since she was a kid. No one was surprised that all her stories somehow take a SciFi or fantasy twist. When she isn't writing or reading, she can be found playing World of Warcraft, drinking coffee and green smoothies, doing research on dragons, climate change, the end of the world, and other unsavory subjects. Keep up to date with her musings on science fiction, fantasy, announcements on books and more!
97⋅ 3.4K ⋅7 posts / year Get Email Contact
42. Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations
Joachim Boaz maps the more esoteric inclines and declines of 50's-70's science fiction. The 1930's had too many scientists conjuring elixirs. And in the 1980's more space opera happened. When SF tackles the greater morass of things and our oblique interiors he is happy. Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations charts these movements. He has other pretensions of course, under other names.
10K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
DanSciFi.com contains the musings on sci-fi and fantasy writing by an aspiring author. Articles and ideas on how to improve storytelling. Dan Rice pens the young adult urban fantasy series The Allison Lee Chronicles in the wee hours of the morning. The series kicks off with his award-winning debut, Dragons Walk Among Us, which Kirkus Review calls, 'An inspirational and socially relevant fantasy.'
32⋅ 1.6K ⋅4 posts / month Get Email Contact
44. Review Tales » Science Fiction
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Jeyran Main is the founder and Editor-in-chief of Review Tales Publishing & Editing Services and Review Tales Magazine. She is a professional book editor and reviewer. Jeyran has worked with many publishers and authors throughout her life and career. Browse through the science fiction book reviews in here.
2.1K⋅ 11.7K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
45. Dan Koboldt Blog
My name is Dan Koboldt; I'm an author, bow hunter, and scientist from the Midwest. I write novels and short stories in the fantasy & science fiction genres. On the fiction side, I'm best known for Gateways to Alissia, my epic fantasy trilogy about a Las Vegas magician who infiltrates a medieval world.
58⋅ 9.3K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
46. Sci-Fi Fan Letter Blog
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Reviews of Science Fiction and Fantasy novels by Jessica Strider, a former bookseller, and avid reader. You'll also find shout-outs to SFF books, medieval history reviews, and tidbits, and more.
156 ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
Vector is the critical journal of the British Science Fiction Association, publishing articles and features on science fiction and fantasy around the world. Vector publishes two to three issues per year.
10.5K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
48. J.D. Moyer
San Francisco, California, US
I write science fiction, make electronic music, and blog about my various interests. This blog is my attempt to explore the idea of systems for living well (not only as individuals but also collectively as a continually evolving species and biosphere). I write about lifestyle experiments, metaprogramming (my take on spirituality - how to program your own brain), creative work (writing and music), personal finance, health and nutrition, and other topics that interest me. I also let readers know about my latest fiction and music releases.
875 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
49. Apex Book Company Blog
Lexington, Kentucky, US
Started as a single quarterly print magazine of dark SF short stories (the well-regarded Apex Science Fiction & Horror Digest) has turned into a busy small press with over 40 titles in print and the monthly ezine Apex Magazine. Also provides quality stories for fans of genre fiction and to support budding authors through our reference material.
3.1K⋅ 15.6K⋅ 1.1K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
50. Black Sci-Fi
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Black Sci-Fi.com is the premier site for the latest updates on Sci-Fi, Sci-Fact and Fantasy entertainment, news, people, places, and events and the measure of their impact on the African-American community.
4.2K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
51. Under The Radar SFF Books Blog
I am a die-hard SFF reader! Beta-reader for 3 published fantasy authors and very active participant on Goodreads, NetGalley, Reddit, and Twitter book world. This blog is a way to give back to the community that has provided me with so much joy and escapism into other worlds! Reviewing Sci-Fi & Fantasy books that are overlooked, forgotten, or need to be read.
7K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
52. JM Williams Blog
JM Williams is a writer and historian, currently living in South Korea, but originally from the United States. Well, still from the United States if anyone asks. He has been writing since childhood, usually with some sort of fantasy slant or twist. If you'd like to keep up with JM Williams and his adventures filled with ancient deities, wily goblins, and perhaps a future story about sentient bread - follow the blog.
214 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
53. J.S. Dewes Blog
Image-centric blog featuring news, books, and writing journey updates from science fiction author J.S. Dewes. J.S. Dewes is an author, cinematographer, video editor, and gamer. With a degree in film production, Jenny cut her narrative teeth writing scripts for award-winning feature films and shorts. After recently unlocking the Dream Job Achievement, she now writes for triple-A science fiction video games at Humanoid Studios.
446⋅ 2K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
54. Booklover Book Reviews » Sci-Fi-Fantasy
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
I'm Jo, an Aussie book reviewer. I started this website in 2009 and quickly realized I enjoy writing and blogging about books almost as much as reading them. Hope you enjoy browsing my book reviews & following my reading adventures. Keep up to date with all the Sci-Fi-Fantasy I am reading, reviews and more!
2.9K⋅ 3K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
55. Sci-Fi & Fantasy Gazette
SFFGazette.com is dedicated to reporting breaking Science Fiction an Fantasy news, as well as providing unique and exciting content including interviews, lists, and reviews. Whether you're looking for the latest Sci-Fi movie trailer, or want to know what's happening with the top Fantasy novels, SFFG has something for everyone!
101⋅ 30 ⋅8 posts / week Get Email Contact
56. FanFiAddict Blog
Welcome to FanFiAddict! Not a whole lot to say except that we all have a love for reading, especially fantasy and science fiction, and enjoy publishing reviews to help the masses make decisions on book purchases.
7 posts / week Get Email Contact
57. Sci-Fi Film Fiesta Blog
Through this blog, the author would like to share his enthusiasm for classic / vintage sci-fi films.
1 post / month ⋅ Jan 2013 Get Email Contact
58. Best SF
Colchester, England, UK
Best SF has been reviewing SF short stories for 15 years now. All the latest stories, and a huge archive are available on the site.
1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
59. The Chrysalis BREW Project » Science Fiction
The Chrysalis BREW Project is an Australia-based award-winning platform catering to all content creators and readers worldwide! This is where you'd find thoughts, words, photos, videos, and other ideas in the realm of Books, Reviews, and Everything Written (BREW). Explore new books from science fiction and fantasy genre, reviews and more!
9.7K⋅ 5.6K ⋅5 posts / year Get Email Contact
60. Hugo Book Club Blog
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Edmonton-based book club that reads and reviews new books in science fiction in an effort to contribute positively to discussions about Hugo Award nominating and voting. The Hugo Book Club Blog was established and is maintained by Amanda Wakaruk and Olav Rokne.
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4.8K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
61. From Earth to the Stars Blog
Journey with the authors and editors of Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine from Earth to the stars! Our blog features guest posts and interviews with authors in the current issue on newsstands. Learn more about published stories, writing in general, and the goings on here at Asimov's!
1.6K⋅ 5.9K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
62. Discover Scifi
Discover Sci-Fi was created by a group of bestselling science fiction authors who wanted to build a community around their favorite genre to write -and read. Here, you'll have exclusive access to special discounts, new release notifications, live interviews with your favorite authors, and chances to win book packages from some of the biggest names in the industry.
63.5K⋅ 2.4K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
63. British Science Fiction Association
Stoke-on-Trent, England, UK
The BSFA was created by a group of fans in 1958 and was soon established and run as an official national body by readers, authors, critics, editors, booksellers, and publishers with the aim of appreciating and encouraging science fiction in every form. If you are interested in Science Fiction, then you've come to the right place. The British Science Fiction Association's mission is to support and promote SF in all its forms.
7 posts / week Get Email Contact
64. The Self-Published Science Fiction Competition Blog
The Self-Published Science Fiction Competition - It's an opportunity to shine a great big laser beam on wonderful works of self-pubbed science fiction.
937 ⋅7 posts / week Get Email Contact
65. Future War Stories
Dallas, Texas, US
FUTURE WAR STORIES is an blog devoted to exploring and explaining the world of Military Science Fiction across all media!
2.1K⋅ 260 ⋅3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
66. Fantasy Author's Handbook
Seattle, Washington, US
Fantasy and science fiction author and editor Philip Athans shares his experience through witty, informative, entertaining and inspiring posts. Whether he's decoding the legal page of a print book or analyzing word choice, his posts will make you think about your work in a different way.
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1 post / week Get Email Contact
67. StarShips Blog
Hey, It's Brad here and welcome! I am your guide through this universe. Please enjoy the ride through space, buckle up we will hit some heavy gravity, and please no time jumping. Join us in discussing some of the best films ever made. From the marvelous first Star Wars trilogy to the maybe, and just maybe, painstaking torture of the second trilogy and the last few star wars movies that have been made.
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1 post / week ⋅ Feb 2018 Get Email Contact
68. The Middle Shelf
The Middle Shelf is a science fiction and fantasy books reviews blog, with regular reviews of diverse novels. Discover the great, unusual and diverse speculative fiction you were looking for!
1K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
69. Elysia Blog » Sci-Fi Fantasy
My name is Amy R Harwell. I write under various pseudonyms: Elysia Strife, E L Strife, Sybur Phyre and will have more as soon as my YA Fantasy and other genres get published. Explore the sci-fi fantasy category for the latest news from the genre, book recommendations, my announcements, interviews with other famous authors and more!
3.8K ⋅9 posts / year Get Email Contact
70. LitBuzz » Science Fiction
LitBuzz is a fun venture by a bunch of bibliophiles who love discovering new and fun authors and sharing them with the world. We have a diverse interest-base, so the variety of books you find here will always be exciting. We deliver reviews to you where you are. Check out our reviews of the popular and not so popular science fictions, authors news and announcements and more!
7.4K⋅ 1.5K ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact
71. Worlds in Ink
This is a speculative fiction book blog focusing on science fiction, fantasy, horror book reviews, and other bookish topics. I'm a South African-based blogger and self-confessed book addict. My main passion is science fiction, but I also enjoy reading fantasy, horror, and thrillers.
70⋅ 638 ⋅3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
72. SFF Book Reviews
I'm Dina and this is where I post my thoughts on science fiction and fantasy books. In 2012, I decided I wanted to share my love of fantasy and science fiction books with the world and at the same time record my thoughts about the books I read. Whenever I finish a book and have enough to say about it to warrant a review, I'll post it here.
247 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
73. SciFi Mind Blog
This blog is my small way of exploring the half-perceived forces that keep evading our definitions, genres, and explanations. This blog offers a few experiments in short fiction amid attempts at making sense of the fictional worlds so many fine writers have been imagining.
328 ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
74. Jeremy Szal
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
I write science-fiction with the occasional fantasy or horror.I'm the fiction editor for Hugo-winning podcast StarShipSofa, where I've worked with and served as audio producer for George R. R. Martin, William Gibson, Christopher Priest, Joe R. Lansdale, Robin Hobb, Jack Campbell, Kim Stanley Robinson, Joe Abercrombie, and hundreds of other talented authors and narrators.
233⋅ 2.3K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
75. Keith Robinson Blog
Children's author Keith Robinson writes various fantasy, sci-fi, and spooky paranormal books. He is best known for the popular Island of Fog series and the follow-up Island of Fog Legacies series, but also for Sleep Writer, Darkhill Scary Stories, Fractured, and Quincy's Curse. He publishes three books a year. Stay up to date with the latest news and updates about the latest book releases, announcements and more!
491⋅ 381 ⋅9 posts / day Get Email Contact
Science Fiction Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Long and Short Reviews||longandshortreviews.com||986|
|Keith R.A. DeCandido||tor.com||104|
Science Fiction Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Strange New Worlds||138|
|John J. Joex||115|
|Star Trek: Strange New Worlds||113|
|Star Trek: Picard||90|
|Topic||Past Month Count|
Science Fiction Blogs By Category
|Category||No. of Blogs|
|Star Trek Blogs||26|
Science Fiction Blogs By Country
|Country||No. of Blogs|
|UK Science Fiction Blogs||23|
Science Fiction Blogs By Country
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