There is to be another SuperversiveSF Livestream today at 3pm Eastern Time, on the theme of Steampunk and the recent launch of For Steam and Country. It’s sure to be a lot of fun as usual, so head on over to superversiveSF later today to listen in.
Today at the usual time of 3pm Eastern there will be another superversiveSF Livestream, discussing what makes a book superversive and the WIP superversive book list. You can follow the discussion over at SuperversiveSF, or below here:
The Forbidden Thoughts Launch party will begin at 2pm Eastern time, or just under an hour after this is posted, featuring a large number of guests and almost all the contributors to the anthology, who will be appearing and leaving in stages. I will be making my appearance at around 3pm Eastern Time, with the whole event lasting well past 6 pm.
Click on the image below to head over to SuperversiveSF and follow the livestream:
The last SuperversiveSF Livestream of the year on the topic of Religion in Science Fiction will be happening in just over a day (on the 10th of December at 3pm EST).
Head on over to SuperversiveSF to listen in tomorrow.
There is going to be another SuperversiveSF Livestream this coming Saturday at the usual time (which usually ends up being a little later than planned), on the topic of Thanksgiving and gratitude, both in general and in terms of science fiction stories. When the stream goes live, it will be visible here:
The next Superversive Livestream is happening at 3pm EST tomorrow, on the subject of the Hugo Award versus the Dragon Awards, and will feature Dave “Snowflake Slayer” Truesdale and not one but three Dragon Award Winners: Nick Cole, returning as a guest and our two regulars John C. Wright and Brian Niemeier. It’s sure to be an entertaining discussion, so Head over to SuperversiveSF and give us a listen!
There is going to be another SuperversiveSF livestream tomorrow (Saturday 18th March) at 3pm Eastern Time (7pm GMT, now that daylight saving is no longer active in the US), with special Guest Nick Cole, discussing his book Ctrl-Alt-Revolt and the phenomenon of blacklisting in Science Fiction. It is sure to be an entertaining discussion.
In related news, SuperversiveSF has made the Sad Puppies shortlist for the best fanzine of 2015, and Sci Phi Journal for the best Semiprozine of 2015 and best short form editor. I am proud to have played my part in both of these fine new organizations, and other members of these two groups are up for further awards, Daddy Warpig and Brian Niemeier are on the list for Geek Gab (Best fancast), Brian Niemeier for his novel Nethereal and Campbell award for best new writer, and John C. Wright for his spectacular novel Somewhither (all of the above should be taking part in the livestream tomorrow).