Every year, the science fiction and fantasy trade journal Locus asks the public to select from its editors' picks for the best science fiction and fantasy of the previous year (or write in your own nominations). The ballot for the 43rd Annual Awards is now open online – go cast your vote!
Over the past 60 years, Charles N. Brown and Locus Magazine haven't just chronicled the evolution of science fiction — they've also documented the history of the genre. Brown accumulated a huge treasure trove of materials, including items from authors like Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein and Octavia E. Butler.
If you really want to keep up with what's happening in the world of science fiction writing and publishing, you need to read Locus Magazine — it's an essential resource for anyone who cares about the state of the field. So it's great news that Locus has signed up with Weightless Books, a venture of Small Beer Press,…
Yesterday Locus magazine announced the 2011 Locus Award Winners. Here's the full list, and congrats to all the winners and nominees.
The nominations for the 2011 Hugo Awards were announced today. Among those up for an award are Connie Willis, Ted Chiang, Lois McMaster Bujold, and..."Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury?"