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Call for Submissions: Sci-Fi StoryBundle

The SFWA Self Publishing Committee is happy to announce that we are open for submissions for the next SFWA Science Fiction StoryBundle, which will run from February 10 to March 4. The theme for the bundle will be Expansive Futures. For those who are unfamiliar with the concept, StoryBundles are curated collections of books offered […]

SFWA Market Report For October

Welcome to the October edition of the SFWA Market Report. Please note: Inclusion of any market in the report below does not indicate an official endorsement by SFWA. New Markets Constellation Magazine (Constelación) Departure Mirror The Reinvented Heart Currently Open Analog Science Fiction & Fact Apex Magazine Asimov’s Science Fiction Baffling Magazine Beneath Ceaseless Skies […]

SFWA Announces New Blog Editor

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) is pleased to announce that C.L. Clark will be the new SFWA Blog Editor. The position of Blog Editor was previously held by Todd Vandermark, who stepped down earlier this past summer. SFWA thanks Vandermark for his efforts guiding the blog over the previous years. Clark […]

In Memoriam – Terry Goodkind

Terry Goodkind (b.1948) died on September 17.  Goodkind, who suffered from dyslexia, published his first novel, Wizard’s First Rule, in 1994 after a career as a woodworker and artist. Wizard’s First Rule was the first volume in Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series. Most of his other novels were set in the same world as the Sword of Truth series with two series […]

SFWA Market Report For September

Welcome to the September edition of the SFWA Market Report. Please note: Inclusion of any market in the report below does not indicate an official endorsement by SFWA. New Markets Campfire Macabre Constellation Magazine Derelict khoréo magazine (khoreo) Mercedes Lackey Fantasy Quarterly Terrifying Ghosts The Modern Deity’s Guide to Surviving Humanity When Worlds Collide Currently […]

Our Timely Obsession with Animal Crossing

by Tiffany Meuret It’s curious to witness the hold Animal Crossing has had on the SF/F and writing community. It’s wholesome, inclusive, and open-ended enough that players can create their own small fantasies within it—all desperate necessities during a pandemic and subsequent global unrest. Our world is in flux, our futures uncertain, but let me […]