Chris McKitterick (mckitterick) wrote,
Chris McKitterick

tool for SF researchers

Dear SF scholars and friends -

The Center for the Study of Science Fiction is pleased to announce that we have posted a significant addition to Hal Hall's list of SF library collections to our AboutSF website. Hal has put together a list of library collections by major authors so that scholars, students, and other researchers can locate where the papers of authors can be found without going through each library's listing. It is a major accomplishment and a fine addition to the tools available for SF scholars. Hal says that the list might not be complete, and he welcomes additions or suggestions (just drop a note to the AboutSF Volunteer Coordinator via the AboutSF site).

To find this new resource, look under "Library Resources" on the AboutSF website. Also note that the blog, which now focuses on the teaching of SF, welcomes contributions, and the speakers service is open for acquiring speakers - feel free to add yourself as a speaker if you wish to volunteer.

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