This work-in-progress is a comprehensive quotation-based dictionary of the language of science fiction. The HD/SF is an offshoot of a project begun by the Oxford English Dictionary (though it is no longer formally affiliated with it). It is edited by Jesse Sheidlower.
An updated version of the Beyond Cyberpunk hypercard stack from the early 1990's. It's kind of dated (cyberpunk's kind of dated, truth be told), but as a historical resource, or a resource for fiction writers you might find it of interest.
The homepage of Grant Morrison.
A community-built and maintained database of science fiction, fantasy, and horror that includes bibliographic data, community reviews, ISBN numbers of as many editions as people can find (of use to amateur librarians such as myself), and links to anthologies.
Hopefully the stories in here are better than the new batch of official novels.
A wiki full of weird stuff, conspiracy theories, and strange happenings to inspire scenarios in your tabletop or live-action RPG.
A short story written by Neil Gaiman as a dictated autobiography of C'thul'hu.
The subtle wit of Isaac Asimov.
A publisher reprinting rare, forgotten, and unusual texts. Download them as .pdfs or purchase them online. Many categories are represented, from epic sagas to classical fiction, drama to architecture, history to technology.
A collection of weird images, flash fiction, and ficlets in wiki format. Poke around in here for a while, you might find something interesting.
An archive of Eclipse Phase fiction at fanfiction.net.
A utility for turning fanfic from online archives into ebooks to load into a tablet, phone, or reader. Written in python. Consists of a plugin for Calibre, a CLI utility, and a webservice.
William Gibson's self-destructing work Agrippa has been reconstructed from one of the original diskettes (it was never actually released) and put online as a simulation.
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