@Gravedom We don't maintain a list like that, but if you search our directory you can see members who are agents & members' agents. in reply to Gravedom #
Nearing midnight on Monday, November 23rd, super fan Brian C. of Portland, Oregon armored up for the imminent release of Plague Zone, the third title in Jeff Carlson’s internationally acclaimed sci fi thriller series. “Cam Najarro is my personal Harry Potter,” said Brian C., referring to the hero in the Plague novels. Why did Mr. C arrive at […]
Norilana Books is proud to present Mansfield Park and Mummies: Monster Mayhem, Matrimony, Ancient Curses, True Love, and Other Dire Delights by Jane Austen and Vera Nazarian, a hilarious “comedy of monsters and manners.” This stylish and clever parody of the Austen classic Manfield Park, comes complete with “scholarly” Footnotes that harangue the reader, amazing […]
RT @sfscope: SFWA receives authors, editors, and others at Planet Hollywood: http://tinyurl.com/ydcdxlx lots of photos # RT @victoriastrauss: From PW, interesting article on small-press bookselling at genre conventions http://tinyurl.com/yzu7tzl # Here's an interview with @jchutchins by @DanPatterson of ABC News Radio. http://bit.ly/6p76mc # Research Tool: Wartime aerial photography archive online –Web User http://bit.ly/6SKjqy (via @ResearchBuzz) […]
This morning, SFWA member Jay Lake went in for an operation to remove a growth from his lung. For those of you who have not been following on Twitter, the word is that the surgery went well and that they closing now. We are very happy to hear this and wish him the best.
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware True to its promise, Harlequin has ditched the Harlequin Horizons name. It’s now DellArte Press.
@Ginger_Clark Aroo? um… Planet Hollywood staff? Did you get a photo? in reply to Ginger_Clark # Hey there, happy party goers. If you took photos at the SFWA reception, post them in our flickr group. http://3.ly/tcL # @montsamu Fascinating. Ravens to writing desks is a good comparison there. Not sure I can respond in 140 […]
Our sister site, NebulaAwards.com has an essay by Larry Nolan on “International SF” and Problems of Identity
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Last week, RWA, MWA, and SFWA all issued official statements condemning Harlequin Enterprises’ new self-publishing division, Harlequin Horizons. Now Novelists Inc. has weighed in, with a position statement on vanity publishing and the risks that arise when brand name publishers add vanity publishing divisions.