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On July 1, we changed the backend email service for emails ending in ‘@sfwa.org’. Any email that no longer matches up with an account should already end up in my inbox but if you have sent an email and haven’t received a response or it was returned to you, please send it to me at […]
As Scalzi has already said, Russell and Michael have been phenomenal and highly visible. Paul Melko has been quiet, efficient and always there when I needed him. He’s put in three years as the South Central regional director in addition to time with Griefcom and maintaining his own writing career. His voice on the board […]
My dear fellow SFWAns: As of 12:00 this morning, I became the President of SFWA, thanks to those of you who voted for me in the last election. Also newly joining me on the board are Bob Howe as Secretary, Lee Martindale as South/Central Regional Director and Sean Williams as Overseas Director. Mary Robinette Kowal […]
I never thought I’d be re-visiting the issue of literary agents charging reading fees. After all, the problems inherent in the charging of reading fees are recognized by all four literary agents’ profession…
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Jason Andrew, Christopher McKitterick, Cory Doctorow, Alyx Dellamonica, Charles de Lint, Kevin David Anderson, Larry Ferrill, Alan J. Porter, Hilary Goldstein, and Brennan Harvey!
SFWA members Charles de Lint, A.M. Dellamonica, and Cory Doctorow are nominated for the Sunburst Award. Congratulations to them and to the other nominees.
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Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Jennifer Pelland, Robert Jeschonek, Greg Bossert, J.L. Anderson, David D. Levine, and Rowena Cory Lindquist!
A fascinating discussion began today on Twitter (as of this writing, it’s still going on–check it out under the #agentpay hashtag), kicked off by agent Colleen Lindsay, who asked, “How would publishing change if agenting moved from commission-based payment to billable hours?”