A favorite online site for reading SF & Fantasy:
Tor.com features original short stories and novellas written specifically for the site. (It’s the blog site for Tor Books which is part of Macmillan publishing).
The site also features reprints, book reviews and book excerpts, poetry, and comics.
A huge selection to read/reread, past and present.
Tip of the iceberg:
Neil Gaiman: “Bitter Grounds” (c) 2006.
Neil Gaiman: “I, Cthulhu, or, What’s A Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing In A Sunken City Like This” (c) 2009. (Lovecraftian story).
original fiction written for tor.com:
Catherynne M. Valente :”The Ordinary Woman and the Unquiet Emperor” (c) 2017.
Cory Doctorow: “Chicken Little” (c) 2010.
SF story inspired by legendary SF writer Frederik Pohl.
(from an anthology, edited by Elizabeth Anne Hull: original stories inspired by Frederik Pohl. 2011).
Mary Robinette Kowal: “The Lady Astronaut of Mars” ; (c) 2013.
Original fiction written for Tor.com:
A series of short stories:
Michael Swanwick: “The Mongolian Wizard stories” (c) 2012- 2015. An alternate Europe, political intrigue and wizardry.
Reprint – Classic SF & Fantasy; Horror.
H.P. Lovecraft: “The Terrible Old Man” 1921.
James Davis Nicoll: “Fighting Erasure: Women SF Writers of the 1980s, Part I”; Aug 7, 2018.
(Kathy Acker, Sharon Ahern, Kathleen Alcala, Vivien Alcock, Patricia Anthony, Kim Antieau, Constance Ash, Nancy Asire, and Jean M. Auel).