March 03, 2015

March News Roundup

* The legendary Leonard Nimoy has passed away.  He was the captain of many of our hearts, if not the Enterprise.  Do yourself a favor tonight and listen to "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" and remember Mr. Nimoy's greatness.

* TOR is going to start publishing The PathFinder Tales novels, based on The Pathfinder RPG, in 2015:

* The final ballot for the Bram Stoker awards has been announced.  Congratulations to all of the nominees!

* The first ever is coming soon and Margaret Atwood, Lemony Snicket, Chuck Wendig, Lauren Beukes, Beth Cato, and more will be there!

* SFWA has announced the Nebula Award nominees.  Congratulations!

* Speaking of SFWA, they have decided to alter their guidelines to allow self-published authors and small presses to join under certain circumstances.  Check here for more details:

* Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire announces the nominees for the best French SF/F, included best foreign work translated into French.

* RIP Melanie Tem.  The beloved author passed after a long battle with cancer, and we will miss her.

* The British Science Fiction Award has announced their nominee list, congratulations to the authors listed!

* One of our very favorite comic book characters, Catwoman, has recently come out as bisexual.  Somewhere in the multiverse, our 14-year-old selves are jumping up and down and shrieking in excitement!

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