The Internet Review of Science Fiction (IROSF)

Established: 2004irosf
Editor in Chief: Stacey Jannsen, Reviews Editor: Jaq Greenspon, Features Editor: Bridget McKenna, News Editor: Scott James Magner, Editors-at-Large: Marti McKenna, Corie Ralston, Publisher: Blunt “Bluejack” Jackson

The Internet Review of Science Fiction started in 2004 with the goal of creating a forum for the serious exploration of the literature of the fantastic. IROSF publishes intelligent articles, essays, interviews, reviews, and criticism to illuminate the most interesting and important work in the genres of science fiction and fantasy.

Along the way we have also added elements that explore the history and culture of the genre, including convention reports, obituaries, and bibliographies.

With our sister-site, Red Rocket Station,the Internet Review of Science Fiction continues to build a community and a substantial body of work around the goal of a thoughtful and serious approach to the larger literary genre of speculative fiction.

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We are active participants in the small press culture of the Pacific Northwest, regularly participating in events with Fairwood Press, Bizarro, and others. We can be found at NorWesCon, RadCon, OryCon, and usually a few other conventions each year.


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