SFWA member Samantha Henderson's "Maybe the Stars" is live at Drabblecast, part of Lovecraft Tribute Month: http://t.co/yypDll6u #
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SFWA member Beth Cato's poem "The Unicorn" is in the latest issue of The Pedestal Magazine. http://t.co/wTgIE89H… #
SFWA members, we want to retweet your great publishing news! Here's how to get that news to us: http://t.co/VuCyzbp1 # SFWA member Fran Wilde interviews Joe Haldeman for Cooking the Books http://t.co/aXHN5tFg #
SFWA member Vonda N. McIntyre's Dreamsnake http://t.co/AD9wawGv at Really Like This Book podcast http://t.co/kkoyJYQe: http://t.co/pSqnQHvX… #
SFWA member @NisiShawl is teaching a workshop "Writing the Other" November 18. Only room for 12 students! Sign up: http://t.co/GzaASyhd #
Harry Harrison (March 12, 1925-August 15, 2012) passed away early today. Best known for the film Soylent Green, Harry was also a SFWA Grand Master, a pioneer of genre, and a colorful personality. He will be greatly missed.
The future of humanity hangs in the balance as Kira Zo organizes a Resistance movement to overthrow the T’Akons, a powerful alien race.
SFWA Member Eugie Foster Sold short story "Trixie and the Pandas of Dread" to Apex Magazine. # SFWA member Matthew Johnson's story "The Last Islander" is out in the September Asimov's http://t.co/j179QudH # Antho "Digital Rapture," with many SFWA members, is out! Write a Singularity haiku and you could win a free lunch! http://t.co/LYNwbkMj… #
SFWA Member Ken Liu’s story, “The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species,” is out in the current issue of Lightspeed. http://t.co/nFe8SwGh… # SFWA member Eugie Foster just sold short stories "The Tiger Fortune Princess" and "The Girl Who Drew Cats" to Cricket magazine. #
SFWA member Carrie Cuinn's “Mrs. Henderson’s Cemetery Dance” now free to read online at http://t.co/qJ4auH9A… CarrieCuinn # SFWA Member Mike Allen's CLOCKWORK PHOENIX Kickstarter has 3 days left http://t.co/93yQnx4y Offering book pre-orders & chasing 1 last goal. # A better link for Carrie Cuin's “Mrs. Henderson’s Cemetery Dance” http://t.co/K8pHdefx #