If you have written or read recent Internet content that matches the goals of Lingua Fantastika--detailed, insightful discussions of the use of the fantastic in story--please do suggest it to me with this form. If I agree with your judgment, I'll be happy to add a link to it.
Note that as a matter of courtesy I will not generally post links to journal sites--DreamWidth, LiveJournal, etc.--without the permission of the author, unless the author has already made clear that they are okay with such linkage. Hence if you are the author of a piece, please mention this in the "Notes" area.
Note also that qualities such as "insightful" are highly subjective. Please do not be offended if you suggest something and I choose not to link to it. There may be any number of reasons for this other than the quality of the piece--I may have linked to something similar recently, be planning on writing something on the topic myself, etc.
Elsewheres is designed to be a "live" link-dump to interesting essays, reviews, and other content elsewhere on the web that relates to the goals of Lingua Fantastika.
It freely mixes content from newspapers, magazines, blogs, journal sites, forums, podcasts, and other sources.
Some of these links will be posted directly by me, some I hope you will suggest to me so that I can post them.
My motives in this are rather transparently twofold.
First and most essential, there is so much good content being written online, it is hard for one person to keep up with it all. I do my best, but I hope that by opening this up to suggestions, I will be led to more signal and less noise--and will in turn help boost that signal here.
Second, by collecting and positioning a selection of the best content about the fantastic from a variety of sources, I hope in some small way to dispell certain myths and lower certain boundaries: in terms of the attitude toward the fantastic in traditional media, and in terms of the quality of writing being done online.