Things to Read on the Web:
- Internet Review of Science Fiction
- Locus Magazine
- Science Fiction Online
- SFWA Members' Online Fiction
- Strange Horizons
Generating Story Ideas:
- Archetype Storytelling Cards can be used to create situations, random traits, or characters.
- Random Plot Generator
- The Desk Drawer Writing Exercises
Market Listings:(Science fiction and Fantasy)
- The Market List
- Quintamid Market Database
- Ralan's Market List: Science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
- Sci Fi Editor
- Smart Writers (Children's markets)
- Storypilot: Allows you to search for science fiction and fantasy markets.
- WritersWeekly (Not sff specific).
- Writers Markets for Speculative Fiction
- Encyclopedia Mythica
- Guidelines for formatting manuscripts
- Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Merriam-Webster Dictionary
- Inventions and Ideas from Science Fiction Books and Movies at Technovelguy.
Sources of Inspiration:
- Sue Monk Kidd's Ten Most Helpful Things I Could Tell Anyone About Writing
- Poynter Online - tools and resources for becoming a better journalist
- The Language Construction Kit can be used to create artificial languages for a fantasy or alien world.
Travel Writing in General
Market News: (Travel Writing)
- MediaKitty (requires professional credentials, or a hefty subscription fee)
- Travel Writers' News
- The Written Road (blog)
Link sources include but are not limited to A.C. Crispin, Amy E., Andy Duncan, Anne Haines, Deanna Francis, James Trimarco, and random participants in CW 2005.
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