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Theme lists offer the reader a opportunity to sample the perspectives of various authors to see what side of a topic towards which an author leans. Or it is compendium of most (if not all) work done on the topic (great for student essays, eh?) which is of interest to the compiler and those who have a similiar interest. Here are some lists put together on the SF Site and others we've found.

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World Fantasy Awards
Sidecar Preservation Society
British Fantasy Awards
Hugo Awards
Philip K. Dick Awards
Aurora Awards
Night Visions Anthologies
Golden Gryphon Press
Arthur C. Clarke Award
PS Publishing
Orion Fantasy Masterworks
Orion SF Masterworks
Ace SF Specials -- 3rd Series
Mark V. Ziesing Books
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SF Written by Canadians
Young Readers
Fedogan & Bremer
Four Walls Eight Windows
Chicago Science Fiction
Jews in Science Fiction
The TSR Imprints
If you like (insert author name here), why not try...
DAW Books by Collector Number
Pluto in Science Fiction
Science Fiction Debuts
Baseball in Science Fiction
Jews in Science Fiction

The author of the list includes all the novels and short stories he was able to find. It does not include alternate World War II stories unless they have a strong Jewish element to them. Wandering Jew stories are debatable as to their Jewishness and are labeled with a [WJ].

The TSR Imprints

These books have a special place in science fiction and fantasy. They have been the reason why many of us read SF or fantasy. Their target market is boys 10 to 17 years old. Some refer to them as the Hardy Boys of Fantasy. Simple, straight forward plots, serial in design. Very, very popular. It is suggested to start off young readers with the Dragonlance Chronicles by Margaret Weis and Tracey Hickman (3 books) or the Dark Elf Trilogy by R.A. Salvatore (3 books).

Fiction Into Film List

The author has built a searchable list of movies (theatrical, direct to video, or made-for-TV) that were based on works of fiction (including novels, novellas, short stories, fairy tales, or whatever). This was expanded to include not only movies, but also TV shows (series, miniseries, or episodes of series).

Mars in the Mind of Earth

Have you noticed the recent spate of novels set on Mars? Such recent work as Red Mars, Blue Mars and Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson or Moving Mars by Greg Bear? Well, there is a long and well-established history of fiction on Mars. My love of science fiction began almost 40 years ago with Red Planet by Robert A. Heinlein. It so entranced me that life without SF is too painful to consider.

External Links
Islam and Science Fiction
Alternate Histories
Index to Science Fiction Anthologies and Collections
Robin Hood
Star Wars Novelisations
L.A.S.F.S. for Mature Children and Young Adults
Lambda Lesbian and Gay SF Booklist
Science and Magic
Transformation Stories List
Fiction Into Film List
The Moon in Science Fiction
Pagan Parent's Reading Guide
SF and Utopias by Women, 1818-1949: A Chronology
Sweet Despise: Dark Literature Recommended Reading List

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