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Tell Us About Your Favorite Genre-News Websites

Day 2 of my totally stealing this idea from both John Scalzi and Chuck Wendig, and changing it up a little for SF Signal.

I want to know which genre news websites out there you like and why.  Leave your thoughts in the comments, along with a link to the website (I suggest 1 per comment if you don’t want the moderation bot to hold you in purgatory).  I plan to do something with these for the SF Signal podcast, so pile on people, and promote those websites!

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10 Comments on Tell Us About Your Favorite Genre-News Websites

  1. The Ginger Nuts of Horror is one of my favourites

  2. A good genre-news website has to have variety. It should cover book news, movie/tv news and offer reviews and it should also offer the occasional slightly off-topic information that might be of interest the reader (science, tech, art, etc.). It should also be regularly updated. My short list:

    SF Signal (of course)
    io9.com
    blaster.com

  3. periklis begzos // December 18, 2012 at 8:14 pm //

    Black Gate Magazine: http://www.blackgate.com/

  4. I’ve been following this great website, you probably haven’t heard of it. It’s called SFSignal.

    /hipster

  5. Besides the Hugo winning SF Signal (which I read every day) I also still look at
    http://www.sfsite.com) SF Site for book reviews and upcoming titles.

    I read the digital edition of Locus every months, but I don’t go to their web site that much.

    IO9 is also an almost daily visit.

  6. Watch this space (should be active at the start of the new year)

    http://blog.amazingstoriesmag.com/

  7. Thirteen O’Clock for Australian Horror and Dark Fiction – http://www.thirteenoclock.com.au/

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