SFWA is delighted to announce support for our latest Star Project: The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror #6.
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SFWA has launched its Speaker’s Bureau. The Speaker’s Bureau connects organizers, librarians, and other individuals with SFWA members interested in participating in talks, workshops, conferences, or other opportunities.
Each week, for the next month, the SFWA Blog will feature FAQ’s related to taxes and writing. Our own “Tax Czarina” will answer some.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America are pleased to announce the nominees for the 2015 Nebula Awards (presented 2016), nominees for the Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation, and nominees for the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy
SFWA is pleased to announce that Humble Bundle supports SFWA’s Givers Fund in their newest bundle. Support a great cause and get some awesome books! The bundle will run from February 17th, 11:00am Pacific to March 2nd, 11:00am Pacific. https://www.humblebundle.com/books/scificlassics_bookbundle?view=t–sG2b8kI9w Here is the lineup of the bundle: The Stars My Destination Robot Dreams Roger Zelazny’s Shadows of […]
The Alpha SF/F/H Workshop For Young Writers is running a scholarship drive February 16-23. Make a tax-deductible donation to change a teen writer’s life.
The judges for the 2016 World Fantasy Awards, for work published in 2015, have now been empanelled. They are: Laird Barron, Rani Graff, Elaine Isaak, Kay Kenyon, and Konrad Walewski. The judges read and consider eligible materials between the date of this letter and June 1, 2016.
The five Philip K. Dick Award judges for distinguished science fiction published in paperback original format in the United States in the 2016 award year are: Michael Armstrong, Brenda Clough, Meg Elison, Lee Konstantinou and Ben Winters.
by Yoon Ha Lee
I used to say that I learned most of what I knew about writing from Jon Gindick’s “Country and Blues Harmonica for the Musically Hopeless.” While not quite true, I do find it useful to apply principles from music and musical composition to writing fiction.