Today's World Fantasy Awards ceremony was full of great surprises and well-deserved accolades. It was a really good day for Caitlín R. Kiernan, Subterranean Press, Tor.com and dangerous women. And the best novel goes to Sofia Samatar for A Stranger in Olondria! We were there, and here's the skinny.
SFSignal asks a bunch of writers and publishing professionals what publishing will look like 10 years from now — and the answers range from the hair-raisingly apocalyptic to the mildly jarring.
What will happen when we burn through the ozone layer, or raise Earth's temperatures so high that the methane ice clades melt and release toxic gas into the atmosphere? Those are the kinds of questions that the contributors to a new anthology from OR Books ask - and answer. This collection of short stories, called …
The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction has been at the forefront of genre short fiction for sixty years. And current editor Gordon Van Gelder had the unenviable task of choosing just 23 stories to represent those six decades.
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 And editor Gordon Van Gelder tells io9 it may actually boost unpublished authors' chances otherwise.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…