Welcome to SFWA's newest Associate member, Kacey Grannis, with a sale to the Baen anthology "Citizens." # SFWA member @seananmcguire has a poem "Ever-After Variations" in the new issue of Goblin Fruit. #
Member News for Tom Crosshill, Ari Marmell, Jane Yolen, Yasmine Galenorn, and Ken Brady!
Tom Doherty, Terri Windling and the late Donald A. Wollheim are recipients of the 2010 Solstice Award, presented by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware I’ve gotten a number of questions recently about the Nurmal Resources PUBLISH ME! contest, from authors who’ve been solicited via email to enter it. (What’s Nurmal Resources, you may ask? A new publisher. According to its website, “Nurmal is passionate about developing resources that inspire a new normal […]
SFWA member @tcrosshill has a steampunk love story "Waiting for Number Five" up at BCS. http://tinyurl.com/yalmklo #
Member News for Jennifer Brozek, Cherie Priest, and Vctoria Janssen!
Nebula and Hugo nominated author, Cherie Priest, discusses some of the aspects of authorial control over the publishing process.
SFWA member @jenniferbrozek releases her anthology "Close Encounters of the Urban Kind" – http://is.gd/bhnE3 # RT @nkjemisin: NYCers (specifically Brooklynites) – the library's in trouble! Sign the petition to help! http://is.gd/bhv3I # SFWA member, Nebula & Hugo nominee @cmpriest is talkin' steampunk over at ReaderGirlz – http://tinyurl.com/ykbs8g3 # RT @phoebekitanidis: Agent Nathan Bransford on The […]
In an uncertain world there is one organisation that stands head and small furry shoulders above the rest. Whenever the planet is in danger – be it from giant balls of wool or bands of renegade squirrels – only one group is guaranteed to answer th…e call: The International Kittens of Mystery! If your cat […]
Being paid for writing is the ultimate author’s dream. Today, guest blogger C. Hope Clark sheds light on an area of support that many writers don’t think of: Grants. There are plenty of them out there, if you know where to look–though, as Hope points out, you must be sure you meet their eligibility requirements, and are willing to conform to their conditions.