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SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-03-05

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Events & Event News

  • Brandon Mull has announced the schedule for his next book tour’s event.
  • Genre-Bending Thrillers, a live Google Hangout Event featuring Jaye Wells, Michael Marshall and Malinda Lo will be held Monday, March 10, 5:00 PM Eastern.
  • Nicola Griffith will be holding a 1-day workshop entitled “The Magic of Immersive Fiction” on Sunday 4/13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Seattle’s University District.

Crowd Funding

  • Alternate Hilarities – An anthology of humorous Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror stories
  • Cranky Ladies of History anthology by Tehani Wessely and Tansy Roberts – During Women’s History Month in March, we have a crowd-funding campaign for the anthology, seeking to secure funds to pay pro rates for the contributors, and to also be able to operate a broader marketing program for the book. While firmly grounded in historical fact, the Cranky Ladies project gives authors free rein to include speculative elements, and with such quality authors attached to the project, we anticipate marvellous things!
  • Inceptor – The Game of Your Dreams – Enter the dream world and attempt to perform inception in this classically played, yet modern themed board game.



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3 Comments on SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-03-05

  1. OldMiser // March 5, 2014 at 3:04 am //

    The title of the first item should be something like “Ann Leckie discusses Ancillary Sword and the success of Ancillary Justice” (as per the linked article). Ancillary Sword (the sequel) won’t be out until October, so it has not yet had a chance to be a success.

  2. OldMiser // March 6, 2014 at 1:20 am //

    In the revised first item, the link for Ancillary Sword is misdirected. The correct link for the Kindle version of Ancillary Sword is

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