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“The Bloomsbury cover for Larbalestier's Liar is another issue altogether that has to do with all fiction, not just SFF, and with racial issues, not SFF's status.”
“I tend to agree with that, but I also tend to think that one of the things that's happened over the last thirty years or so is that the 'mainstream' has withered, whilst SFF's cultural capital, variety and aesthetic power has strengthened.”
“You've probably already seen this elsewhere, but Tor. com, the new flagship internet presence of SFF's hippest-to-technology publisher, is live.”
“As regards to the education system, I'm reminded partly of Sarah Monette's review of Clute's Darkening Garden (which talks about SFF's imperviousness to the techniques that comprise the "new criticism") and partly of the bit in Annie Hall when allen's character decides to kiss the girl at the start of the date because an intellectual can only ever intellectualise everything.”
“The Sydney king of glamour gowns last night put some sparkle back into the lacklustre retail climate when he showed a host of red-carpet designs in a parade celebrating a decade of the charity Fashion Targets Breast Cancer in Australia, ahead of the SFF's official opening today.”
“SF Signal asks opinions on why short fiction matters from some of SFF's most prominent editors.”
“I'm not sure if any of us are represented at Preditors & Editors SFF's site but you could start there.”
“The controversy forced the resignation of the SFF's board of directors.”
“US2,9-million paid to a company in terms of an "irregular" contract for the sale of the SFF's strategic stock, Minerals and Energy”
“The SFF's legal costs in the case to defend itself against a bid to uphold a contract that involved the sale of its strategic oil stock in April 2000, totalled over R4,35-million, Mlambo-Ngcuka said.”
Looking for tweets for SFF's.