This random collection of resources are ones that I find useful, so maybe you will, too.

Australian Science Fiction Foundation – formally established in 1976, partially to carry on the work of the 1975 Aussiecon, the first Australian World Science Fiction Convention. Its main purpose now is to sponsor and encourage the creation and appreciation of science fiction in Australia.

Australasian Horror Writers Association – of course.

Australian spec-fic conferences – courtesy of Jason Nahrung’s excellent website. This is a pretty damn good list of all spec-fic events each year in Australia.

Bloody Disgusting – the best source for the latest horror movie news, videos, and podcasts. Watch scary movie trailers, and find the top streaming horror movies.

CSFG – The Canberra Speculative Fiction Group – helps science fiction, fantasy and horror writers and illustrators develop their craft through critiquing, and sharing news and experiences.

Hellnotes – all the latest information on people, places, events, markets, books, and happenings in Horror.

Horror.Net – the Web’s Deadliest Horror Network, with links to general horror sties, movie sites, art and fiction sites, and far, far more.

HorrorWorld – an online community for horror, including latest book releases, reviews and original fiction from some of the biggest names in the genre..

Horror Writers Association – a worldwide organization of writers and publishing professionals dedicated to promoting dark literature and the interests of those who write it. A close cousin of ours, and an excellent writers resource.

LitReactor –¬†an interactive online community where writers improve their craft and readers celebrate their love for literature.

Tabula Rasa – a compendium of material on a number of esoteric subjects. Includes an indepth history of horror (in literature and on the screen), plus interviews with Australian writers, editors and publishers, and much more.

Worlds Without End – a fan-run web site and growing online community, dedicated to identifying, reading and sharing the best Speculative Fiction books the genre has to offer.