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Avana | The Hungarian SF association. No English on site.

British Fantasy Society (BFS) | Exists to promote and enjoy the genres of fantasy, science fiction and horror in all its forms. Also at

British SF Association (BSFA) | Main Site

British SF Association (BSFA) | History and magazine index on-line.

Center for the Study of Science Fiction (University of Kansas ) | Degrees in SF?

Central Arizona Speculative Fiction Society | The sponsor of ConNotations, SmerfCons, HexaCons, CopperCons, and other SF conventions.

ComicCon | Con organiser.

Horizon, the Blake's 7 Appreciation Society | Horizon is the official fan club for the cult BBC TV SF show Blake's 7 (1978/81). The main site is static & currently being overhauled, but all the latest news on the show, cast & B7 merchandise is available via a free yahoo newsgroup by e-mailing Susie at with 'join b7 newsflash list' in the subject heading.

Horror Writers Association (HWA) | The HWA was formed to bring together writers and others professionally interested in horror and dark fantasy, and to foster a greater appreciation of dark fiction among the general public.

Israeli Society for Science fiction and Fantasy | Club for SF fans in Israel (also aims to encourage the expansion of SF&F translations into Hebrew).

Klingon Assault Group (KAG) | International Trek club.

Libertarian Futurist Society | Also publish Prometheus, a magazine devoted to libertarian science fiction and speculative fiction.

Mars Society (Mars West) | Mars colony advocacy group.

MonSFFA | MonSFFA is the Montreal Science Fiction and Fantasy Association, a club for fans of the science fiction and fantasy genres.

New Zealand SF Association | is a free-but-donations-accepted communal gathering area for information about activities in New Zealand relating to science fiction and fantasy.

Science Fiction Research Association | The SFRA is the oldest professional organization for the study of science fiction and fantasy literature and film. Founded in 1970, the SFRA was organized to improve classroom teaching; to encourage and assist scholarship; and to evaluate and publicize new books and magazines dealing with fantastic literature and film, teaching methods and materials, and allied media performances. Among the membership are people from many countries -- students, teachers, professors, librarians, futurologists, readers, authors, booksellers, editors, publishers, archivists, and scholars in many disciplines. Academic affiliation is not a requirement for membership.

SF Canada | SF Canada, formerly known as the Speculative Writers' Association of Canada, is the national association for professional practitioners · primarily authors · of the SF genre in Canada.

Simetria | The national Portugese SFF Association site, or to go all foreign on you, the Associação Portuguesa de Ficção Científica e Fantástico.
Portugal--No English content at all

Society for Creative Anachronism | The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is an international organization dedicated to researching and recreating pre-17th-century European history.

Society for the Furtherance & Study of Fantasy & SF | SF3 hosts WisCon, the world's foremost Feminist Science Fiction convention.

Stardrive | Faster than light (FTL) travel advocacy group.

The Fandom Association of Central Texas, Inc. (FACT) | Non-profit educational organization dedicated to the promotion of science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction.

The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts | The IAFA is a scholarly organization devoted to the study of the fantastic (broadly defined) as it appears in literature, film, and the other arts. More the written arts, than visual.

The South Florida Science Fiction Society | The South Florida Science Fiction Society (SFSFS) is a nonprofit literary society.

The Tolkien Society | The Tolkien Society is an international organization, registered in the UK as a charity. Their aim is the furtherance of interest in the life and works of Tolkien.

The Welsh Science Fiction Association (WSFA) | Founded with the aim of promoting Science Fiction fandom in Wales, by bringing together SF groups, fanzine publishers, convention organisers and individuals.

World Fantasy Convention | Home page for the World Fantasy convention.

World Science Fiction Society (WSFS) | The organization behind the world science fiction convention - hosted in a different country every year (as long as that country is the USA, USA, or USA).

World SF Convention Organisation | The organization that chooses the recipients of the annual Hugo Awards, as well as the locations and committees for the annual World Science Fiction Conventions (the Worldcons).

ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha (ZZ9) | Official Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Appreciation Society. A group of people who share an interest in the works of Douglas Adams.





A SF Club Called Harry | Harry, the SF Club for the metro Canton area, Ohio, USA. Crazy name for a club, crazy people (we presume).

Baltimore Science Fiction Society | A group of fans that enjoy science fiction and fantasy and do everything they can to encourage writers and artists to produce it. To this end, they host an annual SF convention in the Maryland area - Balticon.

Columbia University Science Fiction Society (CUSFS) | Stalwart band of devoted science fiction enthusiasts who actively maintain a large multimedia sci-fi library in New York.

Denver Area Science Fiction Association | DASFA, founded in 1968, is a group of science fiction and fantasy fans in Denver that has conducted meetings and fannish events continuously over the past 30 years.

Denver Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Club | Science fiction and fantasy book reading group. They meet at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore near Park Meadows Mall in southeast suburban Denver (U.S). Site is well done.

Dublin University Science Fiction Society | Apparently this club has a very nice room. Good reason to join, I suppose.

Fantek | Washington DC-based club.

Friends of Science Fiction | Friends of Science Fiction (FSF) was established in January 1996, and is Australia's largest general science fiction fan club.

Garden State Science Fiction Conspiracy (GSSFC) | A social group of New Jersey science fiction fans.

Genesis Sci-F Club | Hampshire and Berkshire-based club which covers SF and cult TV.

Hull SF Group | The Hull SF Group was set up in 1988 to bring together people interested in speculative fiction/science fiction.

Kansas City Science Fiction and Fantasy Society | Created in 1971 to foster interest in science fiction and fantasy. KaCSFFS has monthly meetings, sponsors the ConQuesT science fiction convention, will host the 2003 World Horror Convention, co-founded the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame and offers activities such as bowling, charity work, group dinners and movie previews.

Lexx Fan Club | The Official Lexx Fan Club is run by, and dedicated to, the fans of Lexx. This fan club is approved by The Supreme Beans.

Little Rock Science Fiction Society | The LRSFS has been the focal point of science fiction fandom for all of central Arkansas, Since 1975.

Los Angeles SF Society | This world's oldest club for enthusiasts of fantastic literature, meets every Thursday night (come Hell, high water, or holidays) in Freehafer Hall, one of the buildings on the group's own property.

Melbourne SF Club | MSFC is Australia's oldest science fiction club, and the only open club in Melbourne to welcome members with a broad range of SF interests.

Mindbridge Foundation | SF club located in the Iowa City area.

MIT Science Fiction Society (MITSFS) | The world's largest open-shelf collection of science fiction is the MIT Science Fiction Society Library.

NESFA (New England SF Association) | NESFA (New England Science Fiction Association) is one of the oldest science fiction clubs in New England. They are located in the Boston metropolitan area.

OASFIS | The Orlando Area Science Fiction Society is a fan-run, not-for-profit corporation whose goal is the promotion of Science Fiction in all its forms

Philadelphia Science Fiction Society | One of the oldest General SF Clubs in the world, and puts on Philcon annually.

Polaris | The St.Albans Science Fiction Society. They meet up monthly to chat and have a drink or two - just like Cheers.

Rochester Fantasy Fans | Rochester USA-based social group for people who have interest in SFF.

SciFi Montreal | Linking science fiction fans from Montreal, the world and beyond.

Swarthmore Warders of Imaginative Literature (SWIL) | The SF club at Swarthmore College.

Swarthmore Warders of Imaginative Literature (SWIL) | Swarthmore college SF/F society.

TASC | Club site for the Telefantasy Appreciation Society of Canada.

The Chimera Archive | Archives two decades of sf fandom at UNC-Chapel Hill with interviews, newspaper articles, photographs, artwork and more.

The Cincinnati Fantasy Group (CFG) | The Cincinnati Fantasy Group (CFG) and its less-organized precursors have been home to greater Cincinnati science fiction fandom since 1935. They sponsor two conventions each year: Midwestcon, held the last full weekend in June, and Octocon, held the 2nd last (or last) full weekend in October.

The Gunderson Corporation Science Fiction Comedy Theatre | An amateur Science Fiction comedy group that performs original skits in the manner of a 1940s radio play, including a feverishly working Sound Effects Master live on stage. Site includes: sample scripts, itinerary, cast and crew, photos, WAV. files, and fake ads from their non-existing sponsors.

The Lexington SF & Fantasy Association | A bunch of chums, based in and around central Kentucky, who share some common interests in science fiction, fantasy, outer space, RPG's, and the occasional mystery.

The Minnesota society for Interest in Science FictIon and fanTaSy (MISFITS) | A forum and foundation of celebrating diversity and works to promote the appreciation of, and interest in, Science Fiction and Fantasy.

The Science Fiction Forum at Stony Brook (SFF) | SF club based on Stony Brook University Campus (US).

The United Federation of Phoenix | US Southwest's oldest Star Trek and SF fan organization (operating since 1975).

The Washington Science Fiction Association (WSFA) | The Washington Science Fiction Association is the oldest science fiction club in the greater Washington area. Its members are interested in all types of science fiction and fantasy literature as well as related areas such as fantasy and science fiction films, television, costuming, gaming, etc.

The Worcester Polytechnic Institute Science Fiction Society (WPISFS) | SF society that maintains a library of over 1500 science fiction and fantasy books, games, and magazines.

Trek Forum | German-only Trek club.
Germany--No English content at all

U.S.S. Rapier | U.S.S. Rapier - a Federation Sim Group (e.g. Star Trek fan stuff with a game spin on it).

UK Student SF Societies Directory | Repository for information about Science Fiction societies attached to universities and other institutions of higher education in the UK.

USS Defiance | Sacramento's main Star Trek and science fiction fan club.

USS Hudson Bay | Canadian SF/Trek club.

Wayne State College SF Club | Science Fiction and Fantasy Club of Wayne State College, Wayne, Nebraska, USA. Sponsors of WillyCon!

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