Canadian hard-SF writer Robert J. Sawyer has won the Nebula, Hugo, John W. Campbell Memorial, Aurora, and Seiun awards, all for year’s best novel.
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Jim C. Hines’ latest book is The Mermaid’s Madness, his 5th book with DAW. He hangs out online at www.jimchines.com
Locus magazine is reporting the very sad news that Charles Brown has passed away. He was a major force in the industry and will be missed.
It is important to understand that the SFWA website has two different areas, the main website and the discussion forums. Each area uses a different username and password. The most common problem is getting the usernames and passwords mixed up. Q. How do I tell which is which? The main website uses the email address […]
It is important to understand that the SFWA website has two different areas, the main website and the discussion forums. Each area uses a different username and password. These instructions are for changing your password on the main SFWA website. Method 1: Clear text In the left menu, click “Manage Profile” (If you are not […]
A freelancer in book production, Chet Gottfried writes fantasy, horror, and science fiction stories and novels. His wildlife photography is popular too.
F. PAUL WILSON is an award-winning, NY Times bestselling novelist whose work spans horror, adventure, medical thrillers, sf, and virtually everything between. He’s best known as creator of the urban mercenary Repairman Jack. (http://www.repairmanjack.com)
D. R. Evans is the author of the Three Lands fantasy trilogy, as well two popular thrillers and the children’s story “The Boy With Green Hair.” Visit his web site.
1. In the left menu, click “Manage Profile” 2. It will ask you for your email. Use the one SFWA has on file for you. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your temporary password or use the “Forgot my password” option. (The first time you log in the website will ask you to accept […]
If you’re having trouble logging into the discussion forums there are a couple of possible answers.