Science fiction and fantasy in Estonia is largely a product of the current post-Soviet era. Although somewhat earlier authors, like Eiv Eloon Eiv Eloon [et] and Tiit Tarlap [et], do exist.
Eesti Ulmeühing is an organization for print science fiction in Estonia that awards annual Stalker prizes. The awards are named after the Andrei Tarkovsky film Stalker that was largely shot in Estonia.
In film the works of Raul Tammet have been analyzed.
A selection of Estonian writers who have won multiple Stalkers
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^Stalker Award for Science Fiction 2008. Estonian Literature Centre.
Andrus Org. Eesti ulmekirjanduse žanrid ja nende poeetika. (The Genre System of Estonian Fantastic Fiction and its Poetics, PhD thesis). Tartu: University of Tartu Press, 2017. (Dissertationes litterarum et contemplationis comparativae Universitatis Tartuensis 16.)
Andrus Org. The Dimensions of the Contemporary Science Fiction Novel on the Basis of Examples from Estonian Literature. – Interlitteraria 2004, No 9, pp. 226–237.
Andrus Org. Fantastic fiction in Estonian literature: fields of genres and their sources of influence. In: Martin Carayol (Ed.). Le fantastique et la science-fiction en Finlande et en Estonie. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2012, pp. 35–45. (Bibliothèque finno-ougrienne 23.)