Free Science Fiction Classics Available on the Web (Updated)

bravenewworldcoverA lit­tle over a year ago, we brought you a roundup of great Sci­ence Fic­tion & Fan­ta­sy clas­sics avail­able on the web. The free col­lec­tion includ­ed every­thing from Aldous Hux­ley read­ing a dra­ma­tized ver­sion of Brave New World, to a BBC radio broad­cast of Isaac Asi­mov’s influ­en­tial Foun­da­tion Tril­o­gy, to an audio­book ver­sion of C.S. Lewis’ The Chron­i­cles of Nar­nia. We’ve been updat­ing the page ever since, adding a Neil Gaiman sto­ry here, and a Philip K. Dick sto­ry there. So if you’re a sci-fi fan, or if you’re friends with a sci-fi fan, you’ll want to pay a new vis­it to our col­lec­tion: Free Sci­ence Fic­tion Clas­sics on the Web: Hux­ley, Orwell, Asi­mov, Gaiman & Beyond. Also, if you notice any great resources miss­ing from the list, don’t hes­i­tate to let us know in the com­ments below.

Note: a num­ber of oth­er sci-fi clas­sics can be found in our col­lec­tions of Free Audio Books and Free eBooks, not to men­tion or big list of Free Movies Online.

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