The Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic in Adult, Young Adult, and Short Story categories.
Archive for the ‘News’ Category
by Cat Rambo
People have been asking that SFWA give an official response to the Fireside Report on the scarcity of black authors in science fiction and fantasy as well as say what it is that we’re doing in response.
Welcome to SFWA’s latest pro-rate Market Report. Please note: Inclusion of any market in the report below does not indicate an official endorsement by SFWA.
SFWA is pleased to announce that a “SFWA Star Project” contribution has been awarded to 2017 Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide by Corie and Sean Weaver of Dreaming Robot Press.
MileHiCon 48, Colorado’s largest annual sf convention, will host the LFS awards ceremony presenting the Special Prometheus Award for Lifetime Achievement to L. Neil Smith.
If you’re going to be at MidAmeriCon II on Aug 20th, be sure to check out the SFWA’s Meet-and-Greet with Margot Atwell, Kickstarter’s Publishing Lead.
A note from the 2016 Andre Norton Award Jury: We’re well into our reading for this year’s award, and we’d like to remind everyone writing for younger readers that whether it’s YA, middle-grade, or graphic novels, we’re actively interested in–and would love to formally consider–diverse books and #ownvoices work. If it’s speculative and aimed at […]
Steam Press, a New Zealand publisher, is running a world-wide competition for short-short science fiction stories. All stories will be considered for possible publication and the winning entry is awarded a prize of USD$500.00.
SFWA Grant Program SFWA’s mission as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization to promote, educate, defend, and advocate for our fellow writers and the fantasy and science fiction genre overall led us to establish our Givers Fund last year. Last year the Givers Fund received enough donations to provide grants to projects such as the LaunchPad astronomy […]
Diabolical Plots, self-described as “a Sci-fi/Fantasy zine that covers virtually every media related to the genre from books to movies to video games” is now a SFWA Qualified market. Payment: Eight cents per word, on publication.