Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America will hold this year’s annual business meeting on Saturday, October 30th, at the 2010 World Fantasy Convention in Columbus, OH. Room: To be announced Schedule: 8:30-9:00am Light continental breakfast 9:00-10:00am Business meeting (Note: The business meeting was scheduled so as not to conflict with regular WFC programming.) Click here to […]
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Today the board of directors of SFWA voted to add the magazine Would That It Were retroactively to the list of SFWA qualifying markets. When Would That It Were began publishing in 2000, online magazines were in their infancy. The market criteria at SFWA was geared toward print magazines and at the time there was some […]
Member News for Dan Wells, Catherynne M. Valente, Helen Lowe, Allan Cole, and Joanne Merriam.
Member News for Paul S. Kemp and Lou Antonelli.
Member News for Paolo Bacigalupi and Lynn Flewelling.
Member News for Larry Niven, Edward M. Lerner, Kami Garcia, Margaret Stohl, Sarah Beth Durst, Scott Lininger, and Jennifer Brozek.
Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner announce Betrayer of Worlds The Fleet of Worlds saga continues … Fleeing the supernova chain reaction at the galactic core, the cowardly Puppeteers of the Fleet of Worlds have — just barely — survived. They’ve stumbled from one crisis to the next: the rebellion of their human slaves, the […]
Resources and Member News for Gail Carriger, Mary Robinette Kowal, John Joseph Adams, Steve Barnes, Amelia Beamer, John Skipp, James Enge, Paul Jessup, Stacia Kane, Cinda Williams Chima, and Sarah Beth Durst.
SFWA members with Spanish language editions may want to check out this Web site: http://book0dd.blogspot.com/ Which is offering quite a large number of books for download. We’ve verified that the site is offering what looks like homemade OCR’d versions of some of our members books plus many additional SF and Fantasy titles. If you find […]
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware
One of the big publishing headlines this week (here, for instance) was that e-books from some popular authors were selling on Amazon for higher prices than the hardcover versions. For instance, the hardcove…