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The new issue of the science fiction newszine Ansible mentions this freebie:--" sf-themed 2004 calendar , a 550K PDF download from `Capt. Xerox', each month titivated with a garish pulp cover and a selection of famous sf birthdays. "

The site's a blog with a listing of other sf blogs, including those of writers.

Locus Online looks particularly interesting with lots of news from the sf publishing world. I think even more people write sf than mysteries.

I was suprised to see Mary and I had found our way into The Locus Index to Science Fiction: Site Directory under the "Mystery Short Fiction: 1990-2003" category. As a kid I always dreamed I'd grow up to be an sf writer. So I'm rubbing shoulders with them in cyberspace. Cool!

By the way, the index appears to be an exhaustive bibliography of sceince fiction published during the past few decades, both books and short stories. All in all, a terrific reference resource for a couple genres.

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