About the Collection

Brooklyn or Bust: Bringing the SF Collection to City Tech [PowerPoint Presentation],


Free Speculative Fiction Online,



The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction,

The Internet Speculative Fiction Database,

The Locus Index to Science Fiction,


Science Fiction Awards Database,

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database at Texas A&M, – Periodicals, Books, and Authors,


Sample Science Fiction, ENG 2420 Syllabus, Prof. Aaron Barlow

List of Books for Science Fiction, ENG 2420, Prof. Aaron Barlow

[ENG 2420: Science Fiction course sites, Professor Jill Belli]

ENG 2000: Perspectives in Literature (Utopias & Dystopias), Spring 2014, Professor Jill Belli

ENG 2001: Introduction to Literature: Fiction, Fall 2017, Professor Jill Belli (centered on utopias, dystopias, apocalypse, & storytelling)

Sample Science Fiction, ENG 2420 Syllabus (using the Wesleyan anthology), Prof. Jason W. Ellis

Sample Science Fiction, ENG 2420 Syllabus (using public domain and online readings), Prof. Jason W. Ellis

Science Fiction Definitions with Citations Handout, Prof. Jason W. Ellis

“Science Fiction Courses: An Example and Some Alternatives,” Stanley A. Schmidt, former editor of Analog Science Fiction and Fact, included with permission of the author

Yet Another Science Fiction Textbook (YASFT), Prof. Jason W. Ellis (This is an open educational resource or OER, meaning it is freely available for anyone to use and learn with. It provides a chronological history of Science Fiction (SF) with an emphasis on literature and film, and it includes other useful resources, such as a glossary of terms, an extensive list of SF definitions, additional resources, a syllabus with hyperlinked readings available online, and video lectures. It is released with an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International Creative Commons License.)