Infinity Plus

Infinity Plus (sometimes stylized as infinity plus and infinityplus) was a science fiction webzine active from 1997 to 2007,[1] specializing in reviews, interviews, and professionally written fiction. It was founded by Keith Brooke (who took a "deliberately elitist approach");[2] Nick Gevers and Paul Barnett were associate editors. As of 2018, it continues to exist as a small press.

Brian Stableford declared it to be the "leading sf site in the United Kingdom",[3] and SF Signal called it "informative and insightful".[4]


  1. science fiction, fantasy and horror from infinity plus, retrieved May 13, 2018
  2. The story of infinity plus, originally published in Interzone 133 (July 1998); retrieved May 13, 2018
  3. Historical Dictionary of Science Fiction Literature, by Brian Stableford; published 2004 by Scarecrow Press
  4. Infinity Plus eBooks, by John DeNardo, at SF Signal; published October 22, 2011; retrieved May 13, 2018
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