This is a listing of where to find quality science fiction and fantasy criticism and story reviews. For the backstory on why I created this list go to my Patreon. But in short, I've been reviewing SF/F short stories, someone complained, so I decided to showcase the other reviews/criticism found online.
Social media platforms such as Goodreads, Facebook, and Twitter. Yes, you can find quality reviewing and criticism on social media. To find these reviewers and critics search hashtags like #DiverseBookBloggers or look for people such as Vanessa Fogg and A. Merc Rustad who also use their accounts to review fiction.
Bogi Takács writes a column for Tor.com exploring classics of QUILTBAG+ speculative fiction. Bogi also reviews at Bogi Reads the World, which is a must-read site, and has written excellent threads on supporting diverse SF/F reviewing.
Little Red Reviewer covers books and short fiction.
Abigail Nussbaum writes a regular column on the academic site Lawyers, Guns, and Money.
Nerds of a Feather reviews genre books and related works.
SF Bluestocking focuses on reviews and related commentary around SF/F and feminism.
Interzone and Black Static continue to publish excellent in-depth literary criticism, interviews, and reviews along with regular columns by Nina Allan, Jonathan McCalmont, Lynda Rucker, and others.
Strange Horizons publishes regular reviews and criticism.
SF Magazines offers SF/F and horror short fiction reviews.
Tangent Online reviews most magazines in the SF/F genre. They also release an annual recommended reading list.
The Cascadia Subduction Zone from Aqueduct Press publishes SF/F criticism and reviews from feminist perspectives. Reviews Editor is Nisi Shawl and Managing Editor is Arrate Hidalgo.
Rocket Stack Rank continues to rank genre short fiction.
Book Smugglers remains one of the premier SF/F review sites around. In particular I like their monthly Women to Read column by A.C. Wise, a continuation of her former SF Signal column (which is archived on her website).
A.C. Wise also reviews stories at Apex Magazine.
Cat Rambo reviews short fiction in magazines and anthologies at The Green Man Review.
The New York Review of Science Fiction continues its long run of criticism and now includes a good deal of content on their website.
Speculative Fiction in Translation reviews works from around the world which have been translated into English.
Science Fiction Studies is published three times a year (March, July, November) by SF-TH Inc. at DePauw University.
Steve Fahnestalk reviews long and short form SF/F works on Amazing Stories.
James Davis Nicoll reviews SF/F books.
The BSFA Review contains a number of reviews.
Please note this list only focuses on English language reviews and criticism, and doesn't include book-length criticism released by publishers such as the University of Illinois Press (with their Modern Masters of Science Fiction series) and NESFA Press.
If my list missed anyone please let me know.