Is “free” trumping “paid” for Hugo Award recommendations?
“It’s exactly what I asked for, but it’s not what I want!” Conveying artistic desires is not an easy task for anyone concerned!
Every single author writing professionally in the field in 1940.
A listing of all of the professionally published fiction for 1940.
A series devoted to helping voters select the 1941 Retrospective Hugo Awards.
Meet Bill – author, editor and explorer of afrofuturism
Early science fiction and fantasy magazines of the twentieth century, of which Amazing Stories was chief, employed artists for their interior illustrations who could produce images of great variety using only ink applied to paper.
Take a gander at THE legendary fanzine – Hyphen
Help Ira find a publisher!
Self-publishing or publishing scam?
If you’d love to sell your new book to one of the big SF print publishers, Steve–with a little help from his friends–tells you how to start!
Zine Dump. Enter At Your Own Risk.
An interview with Blanca Mart, a new release and progress on a new anthology
Maybe it should be the goal of mainstream literary editors to find at least one genre novel a week that deserves a lengthy review
Nestor Toledo’s collection of short stories flirts with the divide between hard and soft science fiction.
MIchael J. Sullivan is looking to help new authors with a contest!
Was Aldous Huxley a crank? Does quantum computing tap into parallel universes? Can two fans with wildly different philosophies sustain a conversation for 30+ years? Read fanzines and fine out!
Applying ecological principals to book publishing
A review of Supersonic Magazine #1
Monster Hunting is Mordecai’s business. Getting sales is John’s.
Andrew P. Weston’s best seller goes international, and Amazing Stories can share in the credit!
Is there a conspiracy?
Books need covers, but the artistry that goes into creating those covers is getting lost in an avalanche of CGI and stock photography.
A job in the field!, magazines, books, radio, conventions and on the web – all the latest!
Indie publishing sure is making changes to every aspect of the publishing world.
Three really great Kickstarter campaigns you ought to know about.
Photographic covers are becoming more and more common on book covers, even in the science fiction and fantasy genres
Futures Past – A Visual History of Science Fiction – is making the move to print.
What we wrote about in Febrero
To have one’s heart and soul passed over for another can be a devastating thing.