SFWA would like to heartily thank Capclave for its generous donation of $2,186.00 from its silent auction to SFWA’s Emergency Medical Fund.
LibraryThing, which was the first social book site, allowed users to enter their own books in order to catalog their library. People signed up immediately.
I experience writing not as something I’ve chosen, but as something that has chosen me. I have work I need to do, and that work is writing, and my life is in that work.
Congratulations to winners of the Canadian Prix Aurora Awards, 2013
Please note that BuzzyMag meets the qualification standards for online publications, as set by precedent publications.
SFWA will have a table at the American Librarian Association Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits, January 24-28, 2014, in Philadelphia, PA.
If you’re a self-published erotica author, you’re probably aware of the crazy events of the past few days, including the wholesale deletion of erotica ebooks and the shutdown of entire retail operations. If you’re not, here’s how things went down.
A few years ago, I blogged about early termination fees, a.k.a. kill fees, in publishing contracts, and why they are not a good thing.
If your writing features a richly detailed universe, full of names, places, and historical events, you may want to explore using a wiki to chronicle it. A wiki’s structure allows intricate details to be recorded in a way that both preserves it in an easy to locate fashion but also allows devoted fans to browse the longtime story of your work.
Writers & Artists–the Bloomsbury Publishing-owned writers’ handbook that’s the UK equivalent to the USA’s Writers Market–has just launched a free self-publishing provider comparison service.