The Baltimore Science Fiction Society (BSFS) is proud to announce the beginning of a series of day long writing workshops run by active and acclaimed professional writers in the genre of science fiction and fantasy. The first will be on Saturday, August 25th at 10 AM at BSFS headquarters at 3310 East Baltimore Street in Baltimore, Maryland, and will be taught by Brenda Clough.
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Member News for Allan Cole, Ken Liu, Mary Robinette Kowal, and Mike Allen.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America joins with the rest of our nation and the world in mourning those who were killed and injured in Aurora, Colorado early this morning, through the actions of a man whose motives are quite simply unfathomable. Our thoughts go to their loved ones and to all affected.
Resources and Member News for Edward M. Lerner.
Last March, word went out that self-publishing giant Author Solutions Inc (owner of AuthorHouse, iUniverse, Xlibris, Trafford, WordClay, Palibrio, and several others, and contractor for the self-pub divisions of several major publishers) was looking for a buyer.
The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction & Fantasy is the largest publicly-accessible collection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and utopian literature in the world. For an inside look, check out the YouTube video.
Member News for Allan Cole, Cindy Pon, Nicole Peeler, Beth Cato, Jake Kerr, Ken Liu, Kij Johnson, Sarah Monette, Brit Mandelo, Charles Stross, Jess Haines, Adam Christopher, Matthew Johnson, Sean Markey, Gregory Norman Bossert, Myke Cole, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Josh Roseman, Mike Allen, Charles M. Saplak, Cory Doctorow, Michael R. Underwood, Beth Bernobich, Deb Coates, Sharon Lee, Louise Marley, Isaac Marion, Rhiannon Held, and Edward Willett.
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Graduation season has come and gone, but we’ve seen lots of great commencement speeches around, from Neil Gaiman’s to Aaron Sorkin’s. They made me mildly nostalgic.
Our society and technology is hardly the epitome of endeavor; to believe we’re at our pinnacle is mild hubris at best. So why should our future be worse?