The latest, greatest sci-fi and fantasy
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America’s 52nd Annual Nebula Conference was just recently held in Pittsburgh from May 17 – May 20. The highly esteemed Nebula Award was presented for Best Novel, Best Novella, Best Novelette, and Best Short Story. As well, the Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation was presented along with the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy. The winners were selected from a shortlist of top contenders. Continue reading “2017 Nebula, Ray Bradbury, and Andre Norton Awards announced for sci-fi and fantasy”
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As first envisioned, one by one book posts as they get added to their respective headings, it could be the work of a full lifetime, and to little effect until much, much later. I’m not a deeply funded Silicon Valley venture or a major chain or even an established brick and mortar location (that’s the end goal and the dream). I’m just one guy and I only have the second half of a life to accomplish this, and that’s being incredibly optimistic at my age. Continue reading “And now for a word from our sponsor…me”
2011 Nominee, Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy
Ultraviolet (2013 paperback)
by R. J. Anderson
First published: Carolrhoda Books, 2011
From the novel:
“Once upon a time there was a girl who was special. This is not her story. Unless you count the part where I killed her.” Continue reading “R. J. Anderson: Ultraviolet, #1 in the Ultraviolet series”
If you have somehow stumbled upon this humble venture, it’s not quite a thing yet. I, your humble proprietor, am now in the process of starting to populate the site with reader resources. I have grandiose plans, but they must, alas, start from meager beginnings. I’ll spare you promises of glories to come. For now, I’m just finishing up the earliest design decisions. My next step is to create a handy resource for collecting award-winning fantasy fiction. However large the scope may grow in time, that’s it for the moment. May it become a valuable resource to you sooner rather than later.
Until next we meet, go forth with my best wishes.