Internet Speculative Fiction Database
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The Internet Speculative Fiction Database, ISFDB, is a bibliographic database of fiction considered to be speculative, including SF, Fantasy and Horror. Founded by Al von Ruff and Ahasuerus in 1995 and maintained by volunteers, it had, as of July 2022, some 236,357 authors, 740,327 publications and 34,875 publishers recorded.
ISFDB was recognized with a Worldcon Special Committee Award from Chicon 8 in 2022.
- Wikipedia entry.
- "The Single Best Bibliographical Resource There Is (if You Like SFF)" by James Davis Nicoll, Tor.com, 30 April 2021.
- ↑ ISFDB Statistics, retrieved 15 July 2022
- ↑ Chicon 8 Opening Ceremony, retrieved 15 September 2022
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