If you are a SFWA member, did you know that almost all of the nominees for the Nebulas are posted in the members-only Discussion Forums? That’s right. You could download and read anything from “Hooves and the Hovel of Abdel Jameela,” by Saladin Ahmed (Clockwork Phoenix 2, Norilana Books, Jul09) to The City & The […]
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Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware Here’s a story that, for sheer weight of irony, I wish like anything I’d been the one to break. But author and publisher Michael N. Marcus beat me to it, in a recent post on his Book Making blog. Everyone loves an award, right? Awards acknowledge excellence and […]
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Laura Anne Gilman, Sonia Helbig and Christopher Barzak!
SFWA is proud to announce the nominees for the 2009 Nebula Awards.
The Nebula Awards are voted on, and presented by, active members of SFWA. The awards will be announced at the Nebula Awards Banquet the evening of May 15 at the Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront, just 20 minutes from the Kennedy Space Center in Fla. Other awards to be presented are the Andre Norton Award for Excellence in Science Fiction or Fantasy for Young Adults, the Bradbury Award for excellence in screenwriting and the Solstice Award for outstanding contribution to the field.
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Victoria Strauss, Brad Aiken, Jim C. Hines and Edward Willett!
Writer Beware breaks down an email solicitatioin from Aspire Magazine to the nitty gritty.
Member news for Joanne Merriam, Will McIntosh, Jennifer Brozek, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Alexey Pehov, David D. Levine, and David B. Coe!
Using real-world diseases in a work of fiction has a large number of potential pitfalls. Here are a few tips about how to make your pestilential plot point a little more plausible.
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Yasmine Galenorn and Marshall Payne!
Around the world people are celebrating February 14, 2010 as a special day. What, exactly, that special day is depends on who you are and what tradition you grew up in. It provides an excellent example of ways to use different calendars in world building.