The greater Pacific Northwest is home to Ursula K. Le Guin, Kay Kenyon, Jay Lake, Nancy Kress, Brent Weeks, Ted Chiang, and Ramona Quimby. Although Ramona isn’t known for her Science Fiction and Fantasy escapades, the rest are celebrated masters of the genre, and their work will be enjoyed as part of the Pacific Northwest […]
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Industry News and Member News for Gregory Norman Bossert.
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SFWA Active and Associate members, tomorrow, February 15, is the last day to nominate for the Nebula Awards. There are some of the 389 free pieces of eligible fiction available in the members’ only Discussion Forum for your consideration. Make sure you go to the Nebula nomination ballot today or tomorrow to nominate your five favorites […]
Member News for Eugene Myers, Brit Mandelo, Karen Azinger, Steve Feldberg, Tony Pi, Yasmine Galenorn, Jennifer Jackson, Nancy Kress, and Jack Skillingstead.
The Washington Science Fiction Association has established a literary award to honor the work done by small presses in promoting and preserving science fiction.
Member News for Gene Twaronite, Alyxandra Harvey, Sarah Monette, Amy Treadwell, Vera Nazarian, Allan Cole, Brad Beaulieu, Kate Milford, Lena Coakley, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Marcy Rockwell, Rosemary Jones, David Levine and John Cleaver.
British author Brian Jacques (b.June 15, 1939) died on February 5, 2011 following emergency surgery for an aortic aneurysm. Jacques published his juvenile novel Redwall, about a collection of anthropomorphic mice, badgers, voles, and other creatures, in 1986.