The Washington Science Fiction Association is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2009 WSFA Small Press Award for Short Fiction. Our congratulations to all the nominees, but we are particularly proud to see SFWA members K.D Wentworth, John Joseph Adams, Edmund R. Schubert, Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu, and James Maxey on the ballot.
Julie Czerneda is gleefully at work on her 14th novel from DAW, her first fantasy. More at www.czerneda.com
Jaye Wells writes urban fantasy novels with grave stakes and wicked humor. For more info check out www.jayewells.com.
David Macinnis Gill lives on the Carolina coast. SOUL ENCHILADA is his debut novel.
Paul Genesse’s Iron Dragon novels are the bestselling fantasy his publisher has ever had. Visit him at www.paulgenesse.com.
Ted is a journeyman writer and laboratory research drone. He lives on the north coast of Indiana, not far from Chicago.
Marshall Payne, formerly a pro musician, has written over 100 stories appearing in place like Aeon, Brutarian, and Talebones.
John Brown is a new author. His epic fantasy series begins with Servant of a Dark God. Visit him at JohnDBrown.com.
This could be Science Fiction, but it isn’t. For the last twenty years, the US patent office has been issuing patents on human gene sequences.
We need twenty SFWA members to help us make calls to ensure that every member has current contact information.