This is another proud moment. Sci Phi Journal, where I am a member of the editing staff and have contributed to more issues than anyone else, is one of the five finalists for a Hugo award in the ‘Best Semiprozine’ category, and SuperversiveSF, where I am a regular contributor and one of the founding members, is one of the five finalists for best fanzine. Fellow SuperversiveSF member and Sci Phi Journal contributor Brian Niemeier is on the shortlist for the John W. Campbell award for best new writer, the only finalist not to be in his final year of eligibility.
Congratulations to everyone who made the final list!
The full list of finalists can be found here
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As the title says, I’ve had an article published over at the sci phi journal website as part of its free content. Long-term followers of this blog might recognize it as a (much improved imho) rewrite of an older post from here:
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In the interests of transparency, as a contributor (and also as an editor of the magazine), I receive a share of the proceeds from subscriptions, so the more people sign up for subscriptions, the more I (and the other fine contributors) will be paid.
The new format of Sci Phi Journal is about to begin, with the first article due within the next hour or two. I have an article that will appear in January, but to get access to all the top-quality content (and some other benefits), you’ll need to be a subscriber. Details can be found over at the Sci Phi Journal site