- Me on Facebook
- If you want to be friends, I make no promises but there’s a pretty good chance I’ll say yes, because I’m nice like that.
- Me on Twitter
- I may not be the world’s most active Twitterer, but I am there and you can Follow me. That’s what matters.
- Orbit Books
– The Orbit Books website, complete with blog.
- The Godless World on Facebook
- If you’re a Facebook user, pay a visit to Winterbirth’s page there and hit the Like button to stay in touch with developments, get sneak previews and maybe snag a prize in a giveaway.
- Transreal Fiction
– Edinburgh’s leading specialist sf/f bookshop. They’re the people to contact if you want to buy a signed copy of any of my books.
- Words & Pictures
– My column on SF Signal, talking about comics and graphic novels of a more or less speculative fiction sort
- Astronomy Cast
- Discussions about astronomical stuff that are interesting, entertaining and occasionally mind-bending
- Beneath Ceaseless Skies
- Fantasy fiction: online and in podcast form
- Escape Pod
- The premier sf short fiction podcast
- Monster Talk
- Entertaining and interesting skeptical discussions of cryptozoology, monsters and things that go bump in the night.
- Naked Scientists
- Podcasts covering all your scienctific, astronomical and archaeological needs
- Short stories of the fantastical sort, podcasted to your ear
- The Coode Street Podcast
- Serious (mostly) discussions of the spec fic field, covering sf and fantasy; interesting stuff for those who take their fanhood seriously
Random stuff of possible interest
- Eye candy in the form of a rather surreal webcomic
- Lady Sabre & The Pirates of the Ineffable Aether
- A webcomic by Greg Rucka and Rick Burchett, which looks to be a fun sf steampunk romp
- Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
– For reviews, interviews and free copies of newly published fantasy novels.
- SF Revu
– Monthly webzine full of sf/f reviews covering all media.
- SF Signal
- Pretty much the most comprehensive and consistent (and Hugo Award-winning) general speculative fiction blog out there, I think; and with a podcast, too, for added fun. (Full disclosure: I’ve been known to write a comics column for them – see above)
- Strange Maps
– Cartographic oddities of every kind.
- The Abominable Charles Christopher
– A very fine webcomic by Karl Kerschl.
- The Beat
- Calls itself ‘The News Blog of Comics Culture’, which is as good as any description I could come up with
- The Forbidden Planet International Blog
– Stuff about genre-related books, comics, merchandise, film and TV etc. Especially comics. More than just a retailer’s blog…
- TTA Press
– Home of the UK’s leading speculative fiction magazines: Black Static and Interzone.