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Vol. 49, Issue 1 Issue No. 206 Spring 2015

  • Editorial - John Klima
  • Ask N&E: Answers You Want To Know -Nancy Holder & Erin Underwood
  • Conquering Your Inbox: Strategies for Winning the E-mail War (Gmail Edition) - John Joseph Adams
  • Respectful Journalist: Rule of 3 - John Stuart
  • Building for Discovery - Blair MacGregor
  • Running a Writing Workshop, Part II - Cat Rambo 
  • Premature Submission Syndrome (PSS) - Bud Sparhawk
  • Market Report - Cynthia Ward

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E-editions of the SFWA Bulletin are available for the following issues and can be purchased via correspondence to operations@sfwa.org. Bulletin #206 and future issues will be available via both correspondence and via numerous other venues such as iBooks, Amazon, etc. 

#203 - $10.00 

SFWA Special Issue which includes all the following content: 

  • SFWA at Its Core – Susan Forest
  • Science Fiction on the Front Line – Richard Dansky
  • Social Media & the Solitary Writer – Cat Rambo
  • The SFWA Forum – Susan Forest
  • Volunteering – Dave Klecha
  • Writer Beware – Victoria Strauss
  • Estates Project – Brenda W. Clough & Bud Webster
  • SFWA Operations Manager – Kate Baker
  • Everything Old Is New Again – MCA Hogarth
  • From the Ombudsman – Cynthia Felice
  • Website Redesign & Featured Book – Jeremiah Tolbert
  • Anti-Harassment & Diversity – Jaym Gates
  • Moving to California: The SFWA Bylaws Overhaul &
  • Reincorporation Process – Russell Davis
  • Of Myth & Memory – Sheila Finch
  • SFWA’s MG/YA Group – Jenn Reese
  • 50,000 Words Under the Sea – Ari Asercion
  • Copyright Battles & SFWA – Michael Capobianco
  • SFWA Standards for Pay – Jim Fiscus
  • Picking the Right Convention For You –Nancy Holder & Erin Underwood
  • Better Teachers, Better Writers – James Patrick Kelly
  • SFWA Annual Events – Steven H Silver
  • The SFWA NY Reception – Steven H Silver
  • SFWA Reading Series – Merrie Haskell
  • About the Nebulas
  • Interview: E.C. Myers – Tansy Rayner Roberts
  • Norton Award – Merrie Haskell
  • FROM THE BOARD
    • President/Vice President/Secretary
    • From the Treasurer
    • The Board Members Called “Directors”
  • Apres SFWA, The Deluge – Lynne M Thomas
  • Keep New Friends: Interview Rakunas & Gunn – Rachel Swirsky
  • SFWA Discussion Boards – Cat Rambo
  • Communications – Jaym Gates
  • About the Cover Artist

#204 - $2.99

Includes: 2014 Nebula Awards Issue

  • Editorial – John Klima
  • Letters To the Editor
  • Ask N&E: Answers You Want To Know –Nancy Holder & Erin Underwood
  • Sci Fi and Science – Ronke Mojoyinola Olabisi
  • Interview With John Klima, New SFWA Bulletin Editor – Michael Capobianco
  • A Short History of the Nebula Awards Weekend – Steven H Silver
  • Science Fiction Awards: A Miscellany – Tansy Rayner Roberts
  • An Interview with Ken Liu – Terry Bisson
  • An Interview with Samuel R. Delany – Terry Bisson
  • Delany & Grand Masters – John Clute
  • Profile: Ellen Klages – Cat Rambo
  • Profile: Frank Robinson – Robin Wayne Bailey
  • Service To SFWA: Michael Armstrong – Bud Webster
  • 2013 Nebula Nominees
    • Nominees: Best Novel – Cat Rambo
    • Things I Think About the Bradbury Award – John Scalzi
    • Nominees: The Andre Norton Award – Cat Rambo
    • Nominees: Best Novella – Rachael Acks
    • Nominees: Best Novelette – Jeffe Kennedy
    • Nominees: Best Short Story – Jaym Gates

#205 -  $2.99


  • Editorial - John Klima
  • Letters To the Editor
  • Ask N&E: What Are Reading Guides and How Do I Create One? - Nancy Holder & Erin Underwood
  • Alternate Dialogue 4: Plus Ça Change, Plus Ça Vraimant Change - Bud Webster & Jerry Pournelle
  • Ten Reasons To Write Short Stories Even Though the Pay Is Peanuts - Daniel H. Wilson & John Joseph Adams
  • New Developments In Interactive Fiction - Alan DeNiro
  • Selling Short Fiction Translations to English Markets - Ken Liu
  • Running a Writing Workshop, Part I - Cat Rambo
  • The Eleven Stages of Publication - Bud Sparhawk
  • Market Report - Cynthia Ward

#206 - $2.99

Includes:  Current Issue. Contents above.

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