Today, Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Inc., hosted an online panel discussion regarding the proposed settlement between Google, Inc. and the Authors Guild, Inc., and other class action plantiffs. The text-based panel ran for 90 minutes on the SFWA discussion forums, creating an instant transcript for writers who could not make the opening […]
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Industry News and Member News for Catherynne Valente, Jess Wynne, Rick Boatwright!
This article, reprinted from the Bulletin, explores the various aspects of social networking and how a writer can use them to help promote herself.
Posted by Richard White for Writer Beware
Dear New Publisher:
You may have noticed people discussing your company on various web sites. Normally, this would be a good thing, I mean, free publicity, right? But, when you go to these sites, they may be discussing your company in unflattering terms and asking all kinds of questions about your ability to get books into bookstores.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Inc., will host an online panel discussion regarding the proposed settlement between Google, Inc., and the Authors Guild, Inc., and other class action plantiffs.
Congratulations to SFWA members Nnedi Okorafor and Andrea Hairston who received Carl Brandon Parallax Awards at a ceremony at Arisa this weekend.
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Cate Gardner, Tracy S. Morris, Joanne Merriam, Jim Chines, John Scalzi, and Kim Mackey!
Member News for Jennifer Brozek, Diana P Francis, Ari Marmell, Shiloh Walker and Garth Upshaw!
If you have any interest in nominating for the Hugo Awards, remember that the deadline for purchasing an Aussiecon4 membership is January 31, 2010. Nominations must be received by 13 March 2010. In order to participate, you must have purchased an Aussiecon 4 membership by 31 January 2010 or have been a member of the 2009 Worldcon, Anticipation.
An article in the North Devon Journal reports the court appearance last week of UK literary agent/film producer Robin Price, who is accused of stealing more than half a million pounds from clients.