Over at Livejournal, New Zealand blogger Stella Matutina writes about how much she's been enjoying the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction lately. And then she comes up with an intriguing description of some of her favorite stories that she's read in there:
For years, the fact that the "big three" science fiction magazines don't accept electronic fiction submissions has been a source of bafflement among SF writers. But Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine editor Sheila Williams announced she'll be taking e-subs starting today.
Last night, the Food Network's "Sugar Impossible" challenge involved making a four-foot-tall sculpture illustrating a science-fiction theme out of pure sugar. And it had to have moving parts. Sugar robots, aliens and weird mutants competed for a $10,000 prize.
A new anthology, out now, covers the highlights of 60 years of The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction. To celebrate The Very Best Of F&SF from Tachyon Press, Rick Kleffel interviewed some classic authors that both companies have published.
A new writing workshop organized by the Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction will provide three stories to the magazine per year, according to F&SF. And editor Gordon Van Gelder tells io9 it may actually boost unpublished authors' chances otherwise.
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction has established a new writing workshop with former Asimov's Magazine editor Gardner Dozois, and F&SF editor Gordon Van Gelder says the workshop will supply stories to F&SF in future. Although it's great for experienced editors like Dozois and Van Gelder to share their hard-won…