Rope & Wire is an Internet magazine of original Westerns that is also a full fledged community of Westerns fans. It is dedicated to "promoting the West and those who write about it."
The only other active Internet magazine of original historical fiction spanning the whole of history from ancient times to more recent events.
Frontier Tales is a monthly webzine specializing in the Western sub-genre of historical fiction. It specializes in action fiction.
For many years The Western Online was the Internet magazine that the standard for writing both fact and fiction about the Old West. It has been on hiatus for the past three years and no word on if it will return to active publishing.
Mirror Dance is an online fiction magazine that has a strong interest in historical fantasy that is published by former Lacuna editor Megan Arkenberg.
Mary K. Tod is an active author of historical fiction. On this blog-based website, she conducts interviews with other authors and does surveys of the readers of historical fiction and offers both news and views related to historical fiction.
Duotrope is the closest thing on the Internet to either Writer's Digest or The Writer. It carries listings to all sorts of places where you can get published as well as places that you can find great stuff to read, They even list H & F!
Ever since the dawn of the Internet, there has been far less Web activity in the historical fiction genre than any other genre except for romance fiction. Considering that there are well over 200 science fiction Internet magazines as well as over 200 fanzines, this is a real problem that needs to be addressed by the fans of historical fiction. Do you have what it takes to become an editor/publisher of original fiction?
The Western Fictioneers were originally founded in 2010 by Robert Randisi, James Reasoner and Frank Roderus to promote the traditional Western. Every year, the WF's holds the annual Peacemaker Awards. Of special interest to writers is the WF's regularly updated blog.
The Western Writers of America is the largest and best known organization of folks who specialize in the Western sub-genre.
Sarah Johnson's blog is a comprehensive source of both links to other Historical Fiction websites as well as News, Views and Reviews of the current Historical Fiction scene.
Magic of History is a blog written by the mysterious "Mary Anne." It covers historical fiction on TV, in the movies, books and also on the Internet. It also has a fair amount of writing about history itself.
Following the passing of Shelby Ivy in 2018, Pulp Spirit is no longer an active webzine and can now only be accessed via the Internet Wayback Machine. When it was active, it carried a wide variety of pulp magazine type stories including a great many historical tales.
The Horror Zine is a online magazine that publishes quite a bit of original fiction set in the past. Ir carries a list of zines open to horror fiction. Its editor has written historical horror novels set during the Middle Ages as well as during the Salem Witch Trials.
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