Last winter, we had a huge response to the three online courses we offered. Writers from all over the world applied; only fourteen were admitted to each course. Using the latest technology, we were able to interact with each other in live class meetings and exchange homework and critiques.
Archive for the ‘News’ Category
(A PDF of the following is available for download.) Introduction SFWA sponsors or hosts discussion forums, publications, the SFWA website, the Nebula Awards Weekend, the SFWA suite and other programs and activities (the “Venues”). SFWA is dedicated to assuring that the use of and access to the Venues by SFWA members is free of all […]
Member News for D. Walters Grintalis, Jennifer Brozek, Allan Cole, Felicity Shoulders, Nancy Kress, and Ferrett Steinmetz.
This year’s judges were Andrew Hook, Sacha Mamczak, Mark Rich, Sean Wallace, and Kim Wilkins.
Some of you may be aware that for the past few months, a group calling itself The Write Agenda has been attempting to wage a disinformation campaign against Writer Beware and other anti-scam activists.
Member News for Eugie Foster, John Joseph Adams, David D. Levine, Tobias Buckell, Karin Low, and Ferrett Steinmetz.
I’m sure you all remember the notorious J.K. Rowling Incident, in which PublishAmerica tied Rowling’s name to one of its numerous author promotions.
Buzzy Multimedia features video interviews of Maria V. Snyder author of the the New York Times best-selling Study Series and Hugo winner Paolo Bacigalupi, author of The Windup Girl.
The site also includes video interviews with award-winning writers John Scalzi and Mary Robinette Kowal.
You can promote your book(s) and support SFWA’s participation at the Baltimore Book Festival even if you can’t be there. We will be hosting Book Cover Bingo on Friday night of the Festival. To get your book cover included on the Bingo cards, all you have to do is contribute a small prize, such as a signed book.
In September DARPA is sponsoring the 100 Year Starship Study – Public Symposium in Orlando. The goal of the symposium is to foster future research that might ultimately enable a starship program, but at the same time have possible offshoots that may be of benefit to the DoD, NASA, commercial and private sector. The symposium […]