Edited to add: Thank you all for the information you sent in. Please see SFWA’s report regarding Night Shade Books probationary review. Dear SFWA members, Last year, the SFWA board of directors voted to put Night Shade Books on probation for a period of one year. That probationary period is scheduled to end on […]
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Industry News and Member News for David Levine.
Today the board of directors of SFWA voted to add Redstone Science Fiction to the list of SFWA qualifying markets. Just celebrating its first year online, this market features science-fiction short stories and essays. They have published SFWA authors such as Cory Doctorow, Vylar Kaftan, and Cat Rambo. Because they have met the SFWA minimum requirements since […]
Member News for Allan Cole, Brandon Sanderson, Jay Lake, and Nancy Fulda.
Member News for John Arkwright, Geir Lanesskog, and Douglas Hulick.
Member News for Robert J. Sawyer, Leah Cypess, and Anna D. Allen.
Joel Rosenberg (b.1954) died on the evening of June 2, a day after suffering a respiratory depression that caused a heart attack, anoxic brain damage and major organ failure. Rosenberg’s first published short story was “Like the Gentle Rains” in IASFM in 1982. A year later, he published The Sleeping Dragon, the first novel in his long-running […]
John E. Johnston, III, was the recipient of this year’s SFWA Service Award, presented at the Nebula Awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. The SFWA Service Award is given at the discretion of the President and with Board approval to a member of SFWA who best exemplifies the ideal of service to his or her fellow […]
Industry News and Member News for Jakob Drud, Patrick O’Sullivan, Matthew Sanborn Smith, Erin Hoffman, Dave Freer, Jon Armstrong, Brandon Sanderson, Anna D. Allen, David Levine, Allan Cole, Karen Azinger, and Ferrett Steinmetz.
Industry News and Member News for Paul Celmer, Natania Barron, Thomas Mays, Mary G. Thompson, Barb Hendee, Rae Carson, Rachel Graves, Diane Whiteside, Dave Gross, Ferrett Steinmetz, Stina Leicht, Eugie Foster, James Treadwell, and Sunny Moraine.