News from BFS members

Azanian BridgesBFS members can submit their news for free inclusion in our monthly members-only bulletin. Here is a selection of recent items:

Allen Stroud: If you’re going past a supermarket, Total Film and SFX have a special Definitive Guide to Zombies out this month entitled Zombies: The Ultimate Celebration. I wrote the introductory article on pages 8–11 entitled “Dead and Loving It”. There’s a little plug for the British Fantasy Society at the end. Learn more.

George Sandison: Unsung Stories have published Winter by Dan Grace, the first title under their new digital-only line, Unsung Signals. Signals focuses on mid-length genre fiction (5,000–30,000 words long) to offer a platform for emerging writers, and works that fall outside traditional publishing models. Winter is a dystopian tale shot through with magic and folklore and is available now for a princely £1.99. For writers, we accept un-agented submissions. More details on the website. Learn more.

Nick Wood: Nick Wood’s alternative history Azanian Bridges – set in a current South Africa, where apartheid has endured – was released and launched by NewCon Press at Mancunicon, Easter 2016. Learn more.

Peter Thompson: I have a fantasy novel out on it is called The Rim World of Canis Minor Three. It is the first of a series of novels I have written. Learn more.

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About Stephen Theaker (304 Articles)
Stephen Theaker's reviews, interviews and articles have appeared in Interzone, Black Static, Prism and the BFS Journal. Among other work for the BFS, he has been awards administrator, short story competition administrator, Dark Horizons editor, FantasyCon secretary and treasurer, and (briefly) chair.