Essentially, I started SciFiHistory.Net as a means to daily celebrate what I term 'All Things SciFi.' Looking around the web, I saw that several of the major SciFi and/or Fantasy franchises had their own 'portals' (if you will) to highlight to significant events (births, movies, TV episode airings, etc.) of their respective properties. Star Trek has a huge Wiki presence, as does Stargate and Battlestar Galactica (old and new). Doctor Who has several that I've been able to find. There's even an online registry (of sorts) for writers, authors, and screenwriters I'll occasionally consult. Also, IMDB.com clearly is an exhaustive accounting of all things related to the entertainment industry. But what I didn't see was one place dedicated to (as I said) 'All Things SciFi,' so I figured that might be the means to best make an imprint, establish a brand, and go from there.
Basically, I'm a one-man-shop (but, hey, don't let that stop you from asking to get involved, folks!) with a desire to bring anyone and everyone aboard who celebrates SciFi from whatever perspective. This sites Daily Pages will highlight the significant achievements I've been able to fully research and account for (again, I'm updating the information a little bit each day), and this -- what I call the 'MainPage' area -- is for other little niceties: ShoutOuts to others, film and book reviews, announcements, trivia ... the sky's the limit. Heck, I even thought it appropriate to include this brief article explaining who I am, what I do, and what you can find here.
So YES SciFiHistory.Net is always willing to receive any submissions any interested party wants to make to this space or even the spaces inside. For example, I recently received a request from a celebrity's lawyer asking me to remove a specific photograph used to highlight that actor's resume; I swapped it out with a different one, and no trouble was had. Also, I recently received a request from an actor asking to be cited on his birthday; he even went so far as to provide me with information he wished to have included in his citation. Furthermore, I've received film reviews from others on the web, and I'm always happy to include them so long as (A) the content relates to SciFi and/or Fantasy and (B) the content can be edited (if needed) by yours truly.
That said, this is the kind of site I'd personally like to see grow and change as it needs. I think there really are no limitations needing to be imposed when it comes to celebrating fandom, and, sure, if anyone is interested in having their content linked from here I'm happy to consider. Again, please realize that occasionally I have time and space limitations (as do we all), but I've found that New Media works best when it knows no end to including all potential takers, movers, and shakers.
If you'd have anything you'd like to submit, then feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com.