Tagged: SFF

The Victor Gollancz legacy

Orion's Jon Wood responds to comments in Liz Thomson's obituary for Livia Gollancz and "snobbery" towards genre fiction. Read more

Hill and Saward promoted at Orbit

Jenni Hill and Nadia Saward have been promoted in the editorial team at Orbit.  Read more

First Scottish SFF literary festival to launch next summer

A new book festival for fans of fantasy, science fiction and horror is launching in Edinburgh next summer featuring authors including Scottish sci-fi writer Ken MacLeod... Read more

George R R Martin urges fans to vote on Hugo Awards

George RR Martin has urged “every true fan” of science fiction and fantasy to vote for this year’s Hugo Awards to “help protect the integrity... Read more

Authors withdraw from Hugo Awards

Two authors and a fanzine have withdrawn their work from the Hugo science fiction awards, claiming alleged right-wing activists are skewing the voting process. The... Read more

SF competition from Great British Book Shop

The Great British Book Shop in Southgate, Peterborough, has launched a science fiction review-writing competition, with prizes signed by Sir Terry Pratchett and Paul... Read more

Ann Leckie | “The universe is a nice big one, largely on purpose. There’s lots of empty space.”

Alison Flood talks to Anne Leckie, the sci-fi author who has taken the genre by storm after her début novel picked up the Arthur C... Read more

Neil Gaiman | “Word of mouth, even if it’s on a social media site, is still the best way to sell books”

The SFF superstar Neil Gaiman's newest book, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, is a deeply personal love letter–with horror, magic and suicides. He... Read more

Subscribe to RSS - SFF