When you’re an independent author, almost every job falls to you as the publisher of your work. There is no Marketing Department, no Public Relations, no Distribution. As a self-published author, all of those jobs fall in my lap.
In this new video, part of the SFWA Youtube channel, Lynne M. Thomas discusses her work with SFWA and the importance of archiving literary papers.
Daniel Suarez’s novel Influx has won the Prometheus Award for Best Novel (of 2015).
2015 World Fantasy Award nominees announced.
Four novels and a single-author collection of stories are finalists for the Endeavour Award. The 2015 Award will be the sixteenth year for the Endeavour, which comes with an honorarium of $1,000.00.
Cat Rambo and Steven Gould discuss why they joined SFWA and why others should consider joining.
by Kate Heartfield In the late 1990s and early 2000s, I was a dabbler in short fiction. I wrote about one story each year. I’d send that story out once, maybe twice if I felt cocky, and then I’d trunk it, figuring that a rejection or two meant a story was no good. Somehow, despite this method […]
Winners of Locus Magazine’s annual readers’ poll have been announced.
“Put your biggest names first and last, and then load everything else in the middle.”
That was how I learned to format anthologies. It makes sense: when someone’s browsing an anthology, they’re most likely to first look at the front and the back of the book.
The Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic is an annual award celebrating the best in Canadian fantastic literature published during the previous calendar year.