Website Found: Worlds Without End

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It’s called Worlds Without End.

What is it?
A website featuring most anything an SF/F literature nut can want. It has:
–A section about the top books in SF/F at any given moment, revolving around books that have won or been nominated for major awards and featured novels.
–A section about authors, which lists nominations and wins, has featured authors, and loads of information about the folks that keep our imaginations soaring.
–A section about publishers, which is basically like the books section, just about publishers instead.
–A forum.
–A store, featuring products for Worlds Without End.
–An extensive resources sections, which lists magazines, conventions, and just about anything else you can imagine in relation to SF/F literature.

Why is it cool?
Because it is a remarkably well put-together website with a lot of valuable information for fans of SF/F literature. The owners have certainly put a lot of work into making it look professional and easy to navigate. Plus, it’s nice to know one of my favorite authors is pretty high up on the list of great authors.

So, check this site out!
(Don’t click the read more, there isn’t any more after this!)

About the Author:

Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Florida studying science fiction, postcolonialism, posthumanism, and fantasy.

2 thoughts on “Website Found: Worlds Without End

  1. S.M.D.,
    thanks very much for your kind review! we’ve been working on WWEnd for some time and we’re finally starting to get the word out.

    we’re working on making the site more intuitive as we have many member features that folks are missing. one i’d like to point out is our Novel Tagging feature that lets you customize the awards listings to reflect your reading history. here’s an example: http://www.worldswithoutend.com/books_index.asp?emulate=1 that is the award winners list as i see it when i’m logged in. it’s color coded so i can see at a glance which books i’ve read, my favorites, books on my reading list and even the books i’m currently reading.

    one of my goals is to read all the Hugo award winners and the color coding helps me keep track of where i am in my quest.

    nils,
    sorry you’re not a fan. to each, his own if guess. i am interested in what it is that turns you off about the site if you care to elaborate. we’re always looking for feedback to improve our site!

    thanks!

    – dave

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