Links to Other Cybersites
Thanks for visiting! Come back soon!
Science Fiction related sites
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA)
- Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of SFWA
- Hugo Awards, voted on by the members of the annual WorldCon
- Ebooks direct from authors you know and love:
- Numerous SF and fantasy resources at SFF Net
- Tor.com — a community of SF lovers
- Science Fiction Resource Guide
- SF Site a useful SF site
- Home page for the Science Fiction Book Club.
- Tom Corbett, Space Cadet fans: check out Space Academy home page for a walk down nostalgia lane!
- Internet Speculative Fiction DataBase, an extremely useful bibliographic reference
- NESFA Press
- Locus, an SF newszine and valuable resource; many useful links on their site
- The New York Review of Science Fiction, a literary critical review zine
- Reality Break — an SF-interview radio show, produced in Portland OR and syndicated in several cities.
- Hour of the Wolf — an SF radio show in New York.
- Web site for Del Rey Books
- Media in Transition at MIT — transcripts from their Science Fiction Readings series, including me with Hal Clement
- Cinemarquee — a collection of SF links; has many rooms, including “Cosmo’s Science Fiction Cafe”
- Upcomingcons.com — not complete, but a good place to browse for SF fan conventions
- BookFinder.com — a way to search many bookstores in one quick step
- Listing of Nebula Awards winners through the years
- Listing of Hugo Awards winners through the years
- Cover artist Jael (my own Dragons in the Stars and many other works)
- Galaxiki — a fictional galaxy with stars, planets and moons you (as a member) can craft yourself. Let your imagination run!
Space and Astronomy
- Astronomy Picture of the Day — very cool, and a great link to start your day
- Astronomy Cafe — lots of good information on, well, astronomy
- BadAstronomy.com — the place to go for good astronomy, and debunking of a lot of nonsense and misconceptions
- Science Daily Magazine — for a daily science fix
- StarChild: A learning center for young astronomers — just what the name says
- Windows to the Universe — another astronomy learning center
- Dazzling images from the Hubble Space Telescope
- The Planetary Society, in support of planetary science and exploration
- National Space Society, for the latest on human space flight and space habitation
- Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
- Astronomy Magazine
- Sky and Telescope magazine
- Transhuman space page, with a terrific collection of links to other space resources
- CHVIEW star viewer offers a versatile, downloadable program for 3D viewing of our galactic neighborhood, plus star data files and plenty of interesting information on our stellar neighbors.
- Space and Science: An Online Study Guide For Kids info on planets, stars, galaxies, moons, etc. (recommended to me by a science teacher)
- Guide to Outer Space Surveillance has links useful to students and educators alike
Quirky, offbeat, or just plain interesting
- The Museum of Unnatural Mystery Homepage
- My brother, Charles S. Carver, is a psychology professor at the University of Miami, Florida, and coauthor of a leading undergraduate text, Perspectives on Personality. Check out the author and his book!
- The Dilbert Zone and other Dilberty resources
- The Adventures of Too Much Coffee Man
- The Jeff MacNelly Website, home page for SHOE
- Home page for Mother Goose & Grimm
- Frontier Organizations on the Web has many provocative links
- Mind Uploading Home Page, for thoughts on uploading consciousness into machines
For additional links for writers, check my Advice to Aspiring Writers page!