Internet Review of Science Fiction

A relatively new additional to the literary web is the charming Internet Review of Science Fiction, “a forum for the serious exploration of the literature of the fantastic”. Recent articles range from the state of Israeli Science Fiction to this survey of new offerings from the stellar Small Beer Press, publishers of Kelly Link and Carol Emshwiller, among other undersung authors.

The IROSF is going through a difficult time right now, and asks any interested parties with a passion for essays and reviews about genre fiction to contact publisher Bluejack.


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