Robert J. Sawyer, science fiction author, is the 2017 winner of the Robert A. Heinlein Award. The award is bestowed for outstanding published works in science fiction and technical writings that inspire the human exploration of space.
Ed Bryant (b.August 27, 1945) died on February 10. Bryant attended the Clarion Writers Workshop in 1968 and published his first short story, “The Only Come in Dreams” in Adam Magazine in 1970. Bryant was nominated for his first SFWA Nebula Award for the short story “Shark” in 1974 and won back to back short […]
In its submission to the Librarian of Congress, SFWA outlined three priorities for the new Register of copyrights…
Welcome to the February “pro-rate” Market Report.
Maybe that stubborn determination to find an agent and get picked up by a NY publisher so that your book ends up in Barnes and Noble isn’t really worth the (huge) effort.
by Gabrielle Harbowy
If you’re planning to attend Worldcon in Helsinki this year, you might be wondering how much Finnish you’ll need to learn in preparation for your trip.
In the past year SFWA has seen several examples of magazines contemplating monetizing the writers submitting work to them for publication.
The judges of the 2017 Philip K. Dick Award and the Philadelphia SF Society, along with the Philip K. Dick Trust, are pleased to announce the six nominated works that comprise the final ballot for the award.
Brad Linaweaver, publisher of Mondo Cult magazine as well as a Nebula finalist and SFWA life member who frequently collaborated with (another lifetime member of SFWA) Forrest J Ackerman, presents a tribute to Forry at Mondo Cult Online.
The LFS has chosen six finalists for the 2017 Prometheus Hall of Fame Award, given in recognition of a classic work of science fiction or fantasy with libertarian themes.