Home > Blogs > SFWA Blog


Edward M. Lerner: Fools’ Experiments

We are not alone, and it’s our own damn fault. Edward M. Lerner is pleased to announce the mass-market re-release of his 2008 cyber-thriller, Fools’ Experiments.  Something far nastier than any virus, worm, or Trojan horse program is evolving in laboratory confinement.  When an artificial life-form escapes onto the Internet, no computer is safe. As […]

Coming from Norilana- NIGHT’S MASTER by Tanith Lee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Norilana Books is proud to present the definitive hardcover and trade paperback reissue of a Tanith Lee classic! NIGHT’S MASTER by Tanith Lee is the first book of the stunning arabesque high fantasy series _Tales from the Flat Earth,_ which, in the manner of THE ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS, portrays an […]

How morphology can help you!

Morphology is a fantasy and science fiction writer’s best friend. Seriously. Why? Because everyone uses it, and I mean everyone, whether they know it or not. Every story that makes up a name for a group of people and then pluralizes it is using morphology. Every story that takes a nice-sounding made-up word and then adds on a suffix to make the name of a country or city is using it too.