On the Web...
Here are a few must-see Web sites...
Web sites that are devoted to a specific genre are grouped
under the corresponding pictogram. But before going to any other
Web sites, we suggest you visit, if you have not already done
so, the Web sites of the following magazines...
- Founded by Norbert Spehner, in 1974, under the name Requiem,
Solaris is the first French-language science fiction and
fantasy magazine in the world. Published in magazine format for
a quarter century, Solaris is now printed in a 160 page
- Solaris's little sister Alibis is devoted to
crime, noir and mystery literature. Younger, born in 2001,
its aim is to be the place of publication of choice for Canadian
and Québécois francophone authors. Alibis
is also printed as a quarterly digest, but with 144 pages.
- An indispensable Web site on francophone science fiction.
Information, an encyclopedia, Icarus, and many kinds of links.
- Another essential site devoted to literature of the imagination.
It includes among other things an impressive quantity of author
- ...a documentation centre devoted to science fiction literature
and illustration. A site to visit often if you want a better
understanding of francophone science fiction...
guide des éditions faniques francophones
- This essential directory created by Jean-Pierre Queille indexes
almost the entire field of francophone fan publications on science
fiction and fantasy... and also the "professional"
publications of several smaller publishers, or those who are
just starting out.
- The official Web site of the Grand Prix de la Science-Fiction
et du Fantastique Québécois. Everything there
is to know about the finalists and winners since its creation
- SF Canada is the Canadian association of professionals working
in science fiction and fantasy...