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Ira Nayman, Amazing's editor, chimes in with thoughts from F&SF, Clarkesworld, Uncanny and others
Check it out: Amazing Stories was consulted....
Study wants to look at how advances are distributed in the industry
SFWA commits to addressing unaddressed racism within the organization
We know that the dish ran away with the spoon, but who knows what untold, breathtaking adventures they had
For any SFWA members who are struggling to afford necessary expenses due to lost revenue from COVID-19 illness or related restrictions, SFWA wants to help cover those expenses.
"Emergency Library" creates an emergency of infringement.
There is this insidious assumption that suffering and struggle are good for writers
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updates to the conference
Nebula Awards conference goes online
Nebula Conference to go virtual
Stay calm and wait for updates.
Nebula Conference still on = hotel will not agree to cancellation without penalties
SFWA on the up-coming Nebula conference
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The Odyssey site, www.odysseyworkshop.org, provides information about Odyssey’s workshop, online classes, webinars, critique service, consultations, coaching, and many free resources
Trota will be the 20th Editor-in-Chief in SFWA’s 54-year history, and is the first Person of Color to serve as the organization’s Editor-in-Chief.
Filtering feedback is a complicated process and one that is unique to every project. Fortunately, though, there are strategies
Extremely appropriate re-naming that we heartily approve of. And, if you don't know its origins, you're in for a treat.
WANAL, but SFWA offers some suggestions regarding no-advance contract
Is "idea theft" a real thing and, if so, is it worth doing the time when you're caught?
Brad Linaweaver (b.1952) died after a lengthy battle with cancer on August 29. Linaweaver began publishing science fiction in 1980 with the short story “The...
In this expose by author and SFWA member Ken Pelham, writers are cautioned not to get trapped by jargon and slang
The SFWA minimum payment rate for professional short fiction markets is now eight cents per word. In accordance with our mission to support and empower...
This bundle is no longer on sale, but you probably don't want to miss these books!
Apes in space...after that, what else do you need?
...and the nominees are...
Norman Spinrad deserves a Grand Master Award. Now.
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