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LF Links: A Selection of Other WWW Sites of Interest

We continue to expand this resource and welcome any suggestions of sites to list on this page. Please send comments to CLF at the address or email at the bottom of this page.


  • Mark Amerika, CLF Contributing Editor, runs an online publishing network (magazine) called Alternative-X or Alt-X for short." Mark is promoter of "Avant-Pop," a new literary insurgency.

Back Brain Recluse

  • Chris Reed, Editor, brings us Back Brain Recluse magazine publishes some of the most startling and daring SF currently being written, and has developed a cult following around the world through a policy of emphasizing the experimental and uncommercial end of the form.


  • Meg Hamel, Publisher, and Robert Killheffer, Editor, of CENTURY Magazine--which has received rave reviews in this first issue of the CLF Newsletter--offer the following online information site: Century

Down State Story

  • Elaine Hopkins, publisher/editor of Down State Story, very positively reviewed in this first CLF Newsletter, offers you this interestng Web page: Down State Story

Journal for the Fantastic in the Arts

  • JFA is an interdisciplinary quarterly devoted to the study of the fantastic in Literature, Art, Drama, Film and Popular Media. It is published by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts in cooperation with the Schmidt College of Arts and Humanities at Florida Atlantic University, where production offices are located.

Ministry of Whimsy

Permeable Press

  • Brian Clark, publisher of PUCK! magazine ("The Unofficial Journal of the Irrepressible") and of Permeable Press books, offers a site well worth your visit.

The Third Alternative

  • Andy Cox is editor and publisher of The Third Alternative magazine (and others!). TTA Press publish The Third Alternative , an award-winning full-sized quarterly magazine with around 60 glossy pages of fiction, articles and interviews.

University of Michigan Fantasy and Science Fiction


  • Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Proprietrice of Violet Books , specializes in Antiquarian Supernatural Literature, including literary ghost stories, Victorian science fiction, White Nineties Decadence, H. Rider Haggard and haggardesque "Lost Race" novels, Marie Corelli and other occult romancers, swashbuckling historical romances, classic detectives, vintage children's and young adult fantasies and series books, and all things old, fictional, and weird.

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