Last month I linked to NPR’s list of the Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy books. For those, like me, who thought it might be a good idea to work through the (unread portions of the) top 100 as a future reading list, here’s a handy tool to help you out with individual selections: SFSignal has posted an awesome flowchart “designed to help you follow your tastes, provide context, and fulfill (indeed exceed!) any need for pithy commentary you might harbor”.
The flowchart starts with the simple choice of sci-fi or fantasy, and then narrows down the selection based on what subjects you’d like to read about (e.g. Sci Fi/Not Cyberpunk/Space-Based/Not Military/Peaceful Aliens/”Childhood’s End” by Arthur C. Clarke):