Sci Fiction Lives! (in that resurrected-zombie archived way)

Sci Fiction, the great online SF/F magazine edited by Ellen Datlow, was killed by the SciFi channel almost four years ago. Naturally, this foreshadowed the many stupid things the channel would do in the years that followed, culminating in their disease-sounding rebranding of Syfy.

For a while the Sci Fiction archives remained on the SciFi Channel's website, but the rebranding and new url killed that. The good news, though, is that thanks to the Wayback Machine internet archive, you can still read all that great Sci Fiction!

This includes the Nebula Award winning stories "What I Didn't See" by Karen Joy Fowler and "The Empire of Ice Cream" by Jeffrey Ford, the Theodore Sturgeon Award winning novella "Over Yonder" by Lucius Shepard, and the World Fantasy Award winning "The Pottawatomie Giant" by Andy Duncan. The archives also include such classic reprints as "Aye, and Gomorrah" by Samuel R. Delany and "Painwise" by James Tiptree, Jr.

Anyone needing a great fiction hit should check it out.