Of course, there’s my stuff on this very website….then there’s all this free SF (note this is a work in progress):
- SF short stories
- Best SF Presents
- Nature’s SF ‘Futures’ Stories
- Free Speculative Fiction Online
- Cyberpunk Project
- Science Fiction (Bookshelf) – Gutenberg
- OMNI Magazine Collection, 1982-83 (Wayback Machine, Internet Archive, a repository of snapshots of websites)
- OMNI Magazine, Feb, 1984 (Wayback Machine, Internet Archive, a repository of snapshots of websites)
- OMNI Magazine, October 1978 (Wayback Machine, Internet Archive, a repository of snapshots of websites)
Free SF Books From People I know:
Other Free Audiobooks/ebooks
- LibriVox – Free public domain audiobooks.
- The Educational Audio & Video Library | Open Culture – Free audio books and ebooks.
- Project Gutenberg – SF Bookshelf link above, but Gutenberg has lots of other free books and audiobooks. I’ve downloaded classic audio books, like The Marvellous Land of Oz (a strange and wondrous book with a suicidal couch, an all girl Army of Revolt, and a gender-bent protagonist).
- Wikibooks – like Wikipedia, but for books! Mostly non-fiction. You can read books, create books, fill in gaps in existing books, edit books, etc. (I modified a few things in a technical book that were in error). In principle, I like this a lot, but I’ve found it useful only once or twice. Comes with the usual Wikipedia proviso regarding accuracy/completeness.