Cherie Priest was nominated for her novel Boneshaker. How long did it take you to write Boneshaker? When did you first get the idea? Could you tell us about the writing process? All in all, I guess it took about five months – at least for the first draft. The idea didn’t strike me like […]
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SFWA’s 2010 Nebula Award® nomination period is open from November 15, 2010 to February 15, 2011 23:59 PST. Active and Associate SFWA members are eligible to submit nominating ballots. http://www.sfwa.org/nebula-nomination Nebula Facts Active and Associate members may nominate up to 5 works in each category of the Nebulas, the Bradbury and the Andre Norton Award. Members may […]
The Norton jury is beginning its work of reviewing the field of young adult genre literature for 2010, and would like to invite authors to help us obtain your eligible works. The jury will add deserving but overlooked works to the ballot for SFWA’s Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy. Member […]
The Carl Brandon Society, an organization dedicated to racial and ethnic diversity in speculative fiction, will hold a prize drawing of five eReaders to benefit the Butler Scholarship, a fund that sends two emerging writers of color to the Clarion writers workshops annually. In keeping with the Society’s support of literature from and about people […]
LOS ANGELES – The jury for the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy is actively reading works published in 2010. The 2010 Norton Award jury members is chaired by Sherwood Smith. Publishers and authors may contact email@example.com for submission information. The Andre Norton Award for an outstanding young adult science fiction […]
If you weren’t able to attend the Nebula Awards Weekend or want to relive the moment, Keith Stokes has posted photos of the weekend at the Midamerican Fan Photo Archive. Keith was the recipient of a Service to SFWA award this weekend and that’s just one of the many reasons he earned it. Also, SFWA […]
For the first time ever, one of the premier awards in science fiction will be streamed live on the Web. This Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 7:00 pm EDT The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America will showcase the Nebula Awards Ceremony. Watch in real time as the best science fiction and fantasy for […]
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art is proud to announce that it has received a NYC Neighborhood Arts Grant that will cover much of the cost of the Nebula Awards Simulcast, allowing them to offer the May 15th presentation and dinner at less than half the original price. The cost is now $25.00 for SFWA members and $30 Dollars for others. All those who have already paid will receive a refund at the gallery the night of the event. The menu remains the same.
For the first time, the Nebula Awards Ceremony will be streamed on the internet so those unable to attend may watch the event in real time on May 15th. Watch the SFWA website for details, but now we want to turn your attention to a special opportunity for those in the New York City area. […]
Tom Doherty, Terri Windling and the late Donald A. Wollheim are recipients of the 2010 Solstice Award, presented by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.