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SF Site is a science fiction online magazine edited by Rodger Turner. Established in June 1997 by John O'Neill and Turner, it is based in Canada, but includes contributors from around the world. It publishes reviews of science fiction books, films, and television, and features interviews with authors and fiction excerpts. Contributors include Steven H Silver, Richard Lupoff, Rick Norwood, Victoria Strauss, Mark London Williams, and Rick Klaw.

SF Site
Type of site
Science fiction, online magazine
Available inEnglish
Created byJohn O'Neill
Rodger Turner
EditorRodger Turner
URLwww.sfsite.com
CommercialYes
LaunchedJune 1997
Current statusActive

It is also the web hosting for notable science fiction and fantasy authors such as Guy Gavriel Kay and Charles de Lint and magazines such as Fantasy and Science Fiction. It hosts a science fiction discussion forum and RSS feed. In 2002, it won the Locus Award for best science fiction webzine, and in 2000 The Mammoth Book of Best New SF described it as one of the most important genre-related websites on the internet. Zachary Houle wrote in the Ottawa Citizen in 2001 about SF Site, "Over four short years, it has become a big player in broadening the appeal of speculative fiction — the SF referred to in its name" and said, "The site is also highly regarded by the major publishing houses, which generously lift quotes from the site's reviews for book-cover blurbs".

In December 2013, SF Site suspended production of regular twice-monthly updates, due to declining advertising revenue.

  1. Breckon, Michelle (2014-05-13). "The SF Site: The Home Page for Science Fiction and Fantasy". Reference Reviews. 28 (4). Emerald Group Publishing. p. 32. doi:10.1108/RR-02-2014-0040. ISSN 0950-4125. ProQuest 1558804452. Retrieved2021-09-12.
  2. Kincaid, Paul (2014-10-06). "SF Site". In Nicholls, Peter; Clute, John; Langford, David (eds.). The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Victor Gollancz Ltd. Archived from the original on 2021-09-12. Retrieved2021-09-12.
  3. "2002 Locus Awards". Locus. Archived from the original on December 20, 2006. RetrievedFebruary 27, 2014.
  4. Dozois, Gardner (2000). The Mammoth Book of Best New SF. 13. Robinson. p. 16. ISBN 978-1841191683.
  5. Houle, Zachary. (2001-01-15). "This man runs one of the world's largest Web sites for speculative fiction. And guess what? He's headquarted in the Glebe" (pages 1, 2, and 3). Ottawa Citizen. Archived from the original (pages 1, 2, and 3) on 2021-09-12. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  6. "SF Site Suspends Regular Updates". Locus Online. RetrievedFebruary 27, 2014.

SF Site
SF Site Language Watch Edit SF Site is a science fiction online magazine edited by Rodger Turner 1 Established in June 1997 by John O Neill and Turner 2 it is based in Canada but includes contributors from around the world It publishes reviews of science fiction books films and television and features interviews with authors and fiction excerpts Contributors include Steven H Silver Richard Lupoff Rick Norwood Victoria Strauss Mark London Williams and Rick Klaw SF SiteType of siteScience fiction online magazineAvailable inEnglishCreated byJohn O Neill Rodger TurnerEditorRodger TurnerURLwww wbr sfsite wbr comCommercialYesLaunchedJune 1997Current statusActive It is also the web hosting for notable science fiction and fantasy authors such as Guy Gavriel Kay and Charles de Lint and magazines such as Fantasy and Science Fiction It hosts a science fiction discussion forum and RSS feed In 2002 it won the Locus Award for best science fiction webzine 3 and in 2000 The Mammoth Book of Best New SF described it as one of the most important genre related websites on the internet 4 Zachary Houle wrote in the Ottawa Citizen in 2001 about SF Site Over four short years it has become a big player in broadening the appeal of speculative fiction the SF referred to in its name and said The site is also highly regarded by the major publishing houses which generously lift quotes from the site s reviews for book cover blurbs 5 In December 2013 SF Site suspended production of regular twice monthly updates due to declining advertising revenue 6 References Edit Breckon Michelle 2014 05 13 The SF Site The Home Page for Science Fiction and Fantasy Reference Reviews 28 4 Emerald Group Publishing p 32 doi 10 1108 RR 02 2014 0040 ISSN 0950 4125 ProQuest 1558804452 Retrieved 2021 09 12 Kincaid Paul 2014 10 06 SF Site In Nicholls Peter Clute John Langford David eds The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Victor Gollancz Ltd Archived from the original on 2021 09 12 Retrieved 2021 09 12 2002 Locus Awards Locus Archived from the original on December 20 2006 Retrieved February 27 2014 Dozois Gardner 2000 The Mammoth Book of Best New SF 13 Robinson p 16 ISBN 978 1841191683 Houle Zachary 2001 01 15 This man runs one of the world s largest Web sites for speculative fiction And guess what He s headquarted in the Glebe pages 1 2 and 3 Ottawa Citizen Archived from the original pages 1 2 and 3 on 2021 09 12 Retrieved 2021 09 12 SF Site Suspends Regular Updates Locus Online Retrieved February 27 2014 External links EditOfficial website Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title SF Site amp oldid 1043866598, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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