Humble Bundle has released another great lineup. A portion of the proceeds supports SFWA’s Givers Fund. So get some awesome books and support a worthy cause!
Welcome to the April Market Report for SF/F. Deadlines and Closures to Note: Alfa Eridiani (Spain) has ceased publication. Gypsy Shadow Publishing, Unlikely Story, and Urban Fantasy Magazine are closed to new submissions until further notice. Hyperpulp (Brazil) has not released an issue since 2012. Intercom-SF (Italy) is currently not publishing. Jupiter Gardens Press is closed to […]
by Joan Marie Verba
Kindle Scout is a publishing option sponsored by Amazon.com. Writers can submit an unpublished manuscript of 50,000 words or more in the science fiction, fantasy, mystery, or romance genres.
The Libertarian Futurist Society has announced finalists for the best Novel category of the 36th annual Prometheus Awards.
The 2016 awards will be presented during the 74th annual World Science Fiction Convention Aug. 17-21, 2016 in Kansas City, Missouri.
“Apex” by Ramez Naam (Angry Robot Books) has won the 2016 Philip K. Dick Award. Special citation was given to: “Archangel” by Marguerite Reed (Arche Press).
by Jeffe Kennedy
Mystery readers expect to find out who done it. Suspense readers expect the big bad to be stopped. Romance readers want the romance to end with promise.
The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) would like to invite YOU to attend the 50th Anniversary Nebula Conference & Awards Banquet.
In previous posts, SFWA’s own “Tax Czarina” discussed some basic tax issues writers face, bartering, and the 1099 Misc. form. This week’s post focuses on how the IRS differentiates hobbies from businesses.
by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
The popular advice for writers is to write your first draft for just one person and then to revise for the world. Your voice, they say, should be personal and true and deep but the story itself must have mass-market appeal. This is a rainbow I chased for a long time. Lately, though, I’m starting to question the simple assumption that success is measured by the number of readers.
On March 20th, 2016 the price for the SFWA Nebula Conference will be going up to $145.00. Don’t miss out and register now at the early bird price of $120.00. Banquet, tours, and some workshops are additional. $120.00 – Nebula Awards Banquet $30.00 – Legal Workshop (when combined with full conference admission) $50.00 – City […]