President Steven Gould is pleased to announce, on behalf of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, that John Klima has been hired as the new editor of the organization’s flagship magazine, The Bulletin. John Klima previously worked at Asimov’s, Analog, and Tor Books before returning to school to earn his Master’s in Library and Information Science. He now […]
Archive for the ‘Bulletin’ Category
Issue 203 of the SFWA Bulletin went to the printer this week. It contains articles from members experienced and new, information on SFWA’s opportunities, projects, and activism, and messages from the Board. This issue, guest-edited by Tansy Rayner Roberts, with Jaym Gates as Production Editor, was specially created to be used as an outreach tool for conventions and other events.
Over the past few days, there has been much public discussion about a non-member’s petition to SFWA regarding oversight of our member publication, the Bulletin. While this petition has not been formally presented to SFWA, I have seen versions and they express concerns for something that does not and will not exist: Specifically, the editor […]
Title: Editor-in-Chief/Business Manager Department: Publications Reports to: President of SFWA Compensation: Salary Commensurate with Experience – no benefits Location: Telecommuting position within the United States Job Summary The SFWA Bulletin Editor is the official publisher of one of SFWA’s key communications vehicles. The editor’s responsibilities include informing members and the external subscribers of relevant organization and public news, activities and […]
On the advice of the task force, and with the approval of the board, the president has authorized the following plan:
Cheryl Morgan talks about possible changes and futures to one of tthe leading SF conventions.
This article, reprinted from the Bulletin, explores the various aspects of social networking and how a writer can use them to help promote herself.
Interstellar space travel. We dream about it. We write about it. Science fiction writers have come up with all manners of interstellar travel, ranging from multigenerational arks, to wormhole generating warp drives that can spit you across the galaxy in a blink of an eye. As wondrous and amazing as all these approaches may be, most suffer from a very fundamental problem.
Today the US Justice Department’s team of lawyers urged U.S. District Court Judge Denny Chin in New York to reject the Google Book Settlement in its current form, citing “class action, copyright, and antitrust” concerns. However, they go on to suggest continued negotiations, “Because a properly structured settlement agreement in this case offers the potential […]