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Introductions, frequently asked questions (FAQs),
and home pages
- All periodic postings archived at MIT for
- List of
SF/fantasy/horror newsgroups. (joensuu.fi)
- See also:
SF/fantasy/horror mailing lists. (joensuu.fi)
alt.books.peter-straub F.A.Q. (geocities.com)
- (Darren A. Peace)
alt.cyberpunk (brown.edu) FAQ
- "What is cyberpunk, literary movement or subculture?", cyberspace,
suggested reading list, cyberpunk in films, tv & music, and pointers to other
electronic resources. (Erich Schneider)
Melanie Rawn Archives: The Dragon's Inn (dragons-inn.org)
- Home page for newsgroup
"As one correspondent so aptly stated, this is an ongoing
multi-user dialogue which is creating a fantasy story on the fly.
As a story, 'stats' are inappropriate; rather, the actions, thoughts,
plots and plans of your character(s) are what's needed...
The adventures take place on the world Ifreann, a place not so
different from Earth but with far more magical energy."
alt.fan.authors.r_a_salvatore (sfsu.edu) - The R. A. Salvatore
- After a little work, I managed to get a new Usenet group created,
all for the discussion of Mr. Salvatore and his works!"
(Corey Chandler (sfsu.edu))
Introduction to newsgroup (mit.edu)
- Brief guide to the newsgroup for discussion of fiction by and other aspects
of Terry Pratchett (see also entries on Pratchett under
Authors). (Leo Breebaart)
Terry Pratchett: The L-Space Web (lspace.org)
- "Confifting of that part of thee WORLDE WIDE WEBB which contains
COMMENTARIES and EXPLICATIONS upon the MULTITUDINOUS WORKS of MISTER
TERENCE PRATCHETT ESQUIRE, scribe of thysse parifh. AND also many JESTS
and WITTICISMS contributed by thee GOOD FOLKE of that ASSEMBLY known as
ALT.FAN.PRATCHETT." Contains a short biography, interviews, bibliography,
annotations, quotations, character descriptions, fan activities, signing
tours, conventions, meets,
fanzines, clubs, books, t-shirts, china figures, FAQs, games, other
resources, and more.
Mini FAQ for newsgroup (boston-baden.com)
(and, to a certain extent,
- "I haven't figured out how to auto-post this, but I post it every
time someone asks where the convention lists are." (Chaz Boston Baden)
FAQ for newsgroup
- "Project Galactic Guide" is a cooperative writing project in the style of
Douglas Adams. (Paul Clegg)
[Updated Oct 2001]
alt.horror.cthulhu Frequently-Asked-Questions list (hplovecraft.com)
- (Donovan K. Loucks)
rec.arts.sf newsgroups (mit.edu)
- An introduction to Usenet newsgroups pertaining to science fiction,
including charters for the newsgroups in the
hierarchy. (Leanne Phillips)
Introduction to newsgroup
- Guidelines and instructions for posting to the sf book review newsgroup.
FAQ for newsgroup
- Summary of subjects which appear frequently in the newsgroup for discussion
of written sf; includes definitions, cyberpunk, Clarke's laws, HAL in
2001, oldest living sf authors, etc. (Laura Burchard)
uk.media.tv.sf.babylon5 Frequently Asked Questions and Other
- Text-only version also available via
See also Television section.
[Updated Oct 2001]
Collections of postings
Usenet postings: reviews (liu.se)
- Postings to Usenet on science fiction books, mostly reviews, indexed by
author (collected by Mats Öhrman)
Usenet postings: bibliographies (liu.se)
- Postings to Usenet consisting of author bibliographies (collected by Mats
Usenet postings on movies (liu.se)
- Postings to Usenet on science fiction movies, mostly reviews, indexed by
title (collected by Mats Öhrman)
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