Dear Colleagues: I’m running for the position of secretary in SFWA. I have been an active member since 1992, and a graduate of Clarion (East), ’85. I’ve published short fiction in Salon.com, the magazines, Analog, Electric Velocipede, Pandora, Pulphouse, Tales of the Unanticipated, Weird Tales, the Russian science fiction magazine Esli (If), and the anthology […]
Dear SFWA members: I’m running for the position of Vice President. For the last two years, I’ve been privileged to work with a extremely active and committed board as Secretary of SFWA. We’ve made great strides in organizational issues, such as the new Nebula rules, the new website, and the draft of the new bylaws. […]
Dear SFWA members: I am standing for the position of Overseas Regional Director, which went unfilled in the last election. As Australian members of SFWA now outnumber any other nationality (except those from the UK) I’ve been encouraged to stand in order to provide a strong international voice on the committee. I offer my experience […]
The 28th was the last day to decide if you wanted to opt out of the Google Book Settlement. If you did nothing, by the terms of the settlement, you are automatically “opted” in. Here are some links we hope might help. SFWA’s official position on the Google Book Settlement Google Book Settlement website The Google […]
Each year SFWA, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, presents the prestigious Nebula Awards® for the year’s best literary and dramatic works of speculative fiction. This year SFWA’s Nebula Awards® Weekend will be May 14-16 in Cocoa Beach, Florida, on Cape Canaveral.
Join the fun as @sfsignal asks who the next SFWA Grand Master should be as part of their latest Mind Meld. http://3.ly/pCc # Remeber, tomorrow is the last day to make a decision about the Google Book Settlement. Http://googlebooksettlement.com # @StaciaKane @LAGilman I've been on a plane all day. What did I miss about RWA? […]
Resources and member news for Mary Robinette, John Scalzi, Sean Williams, Gail Dayton and Dan Wells!
The New York Chapter of the Internet Society is recorded video of the NYC Google Book Settlement Workshop. You may watch the two hour and fifteen minute workshop there or here.
SF Awards Watch reports that SFWA member Jedediah Berry has won the William L. Crawford Award. Congratulations!
In a video posted to YouTube on Friday, and in an accompanying press release, the CEO of Author Solutions, Kevin Weiss, invited the Romance Writers of America, the Mystery Writers of America, and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America to sit down with him and other AS representatives to discuss the recent debate over AS’s “partnerships” with Harlequin and Thomas Nelson.