Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Fourth Edition – Locus Online – Locus Online

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The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (SFE) has launched its Fourth Edition. The online edition of the essential reference work was sponsored by Orion/Gollancz from 2011-2021, but is now published by SFE Ltd and Ansible Editions.
Editors John Clute and David Langford say of the move:
With the release of the Fourth Edition of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, we have a new publisher and a new web server; but our long-familiar domain sf-encyclopedia.com is unchanged. The SFE remains free online for all users.
For more, see their post.
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