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Congratulations to the Nebula winners!

Arabella of Mars by David D. Levine

Congratulations to all the Nebula Award Winners, as well as the Bradbury, Grand Master, and Solstice winners, and especially to our own David D. Levine for winning the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy Award: Arabella … Continue reading

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Moore and Nagata Books in SFWA SF Storybundle

Tech Heaven

Linda Nagata’s Tech-Heaven and Nancy Jane Moore’s The Weave are both included in the SFWA Science Fiction storybundle. This storybundle was curated by SFWA President Cat Rambo and features a dozen science fiction ebooks. Tech-Heaven was published by Mythic Island … Continue reading

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The Odd Bird

by Brenda W. Clough  Some years ago I went to China on a tourist visit. I am ethnically Chinese, and there is a genealogy to prove it, brush-written in characters I cannot read on handmade paper. It runs back 14 … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the Nebula nominees!

Congratulations to all the Nebula nominees, especially our BVC colleague David D. Levine, for his short story “Damage” at tor.com.

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Linda Nagata, Nebula Finalist!

Every year Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) hosts an award weekend at which they honor the best in SF and fantasy fiction. This year, Book View Café is thrilled to announce that one of our own—Linda Nagata—has … Continue reading

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Notes From The Nebula Awards Weekend – the “good parts” version

Whenever the Nebula Awards Weekend, that surreal and magical time when the Science Fiction Writers of America wax nostalgic, hopeful, and celebratory, are held on the same coast as the one I live on, I happily attend. I’ve never been … Continue reading

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Risks of the Writing Business

by Nancy Jane Moore The world is full of people who want to write fiction. And since fiction writing doesn’t come with a clear career path of degrees, internships, junior staff positions, promotions, and the like, there’s a whole industry … Continue reading

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