SFFSA is a long running South African Science Fiction & Fantasy club. We enjoy social gatherings once a month, an extensive library of books for members, an excellent quarterly fanzine, mini conventions, a yearly short story competition and much more.
NEXT EVENT: ANNUAL DINNER & SPEAKER
The SFFSA November End of Year Dinner will be a Live + Zoom meeting at Nexus on Saturday the 18th at 14h45 for 15h00. Join us for all things spice related as Digby Ricci will once again illuminate our minds with an entertaining talk entitled Dune: a New Look. We will go to Mike's Kitchen in Parktown for supper afterwards. Supper will be for the member's account. Please can you let us know if you will be joining us for the dinner as we will need to book at the restaurant.
For any further information contact Nick.
If you have a Gmail account, send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org, asking to be added to the Google SFFSA calendar. You will never miss another meeting, and can click on the link in the calendar to join the Zoom meeting.
AMAZING STORIES LOOKING FOR SUBMISSIONSHello! Lloyd Penney here, the new editor-in-chief of Amazing Stories! We are now pleased to announce that submissions for flash fiction for our special next issue are open! That special issue? That's our Amazing Stories: Sol System special edition. We are interested in stories set in the future and revolving around Sol, including planets, moons, asteroids, Oort and Kuiper, you name it! Now that you know what we need, we need stories, flash fiction-sized, about 1500 words maximum, with a deadline of January 2nd, 2023. We are paying the SFWA rate of 8 cents per word. Can’t wait to see what you submit. Click here for more details
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WARP 112 NOW AVAILABLEThe Montreal Science Fiction and Fantasy Association publish an ezine called WARP. The latest edition, WARP 112, is available for free download. See our links page for other free SF&F literature.
ONLINE SURVEY REQUESTRhianna Morse is doing doctoral research at Brunel London University in the topic of Film and Television Studies. Her research is titled Windows of Fantasy: The Significance of Science Fiction and Fantasy Film and Television Posters. The aim of the research is to explore the significance of science fiction and fantasy posters for individuals and groups as a source of cultural significance and meaning. This could help generate a better appreciation of what posters really mean to their owners. As part of this, she is searching for adults (18-80) owning science-fiction and fantasy poster(s) who could participate in her research project by completing an online survey. Would you be willing and able to help? More information and the link to the Online Survey can be found on her PhD Study Website
50TH ANNIVERSARY T-SHIRTS
We are offering a 50th anniversary commemorative T-Shirt. They are good quality shirts, with printing on the back and the front. This includes the original logo. Black shirts with white printing, or white shirts with black printing, are available.
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Best of SFFSA SF&F Short StoriesThe Best of SFSA Vol III available for R50.00 including postage (South Africa) or $10.00 international. Email email@example.com
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Artwork, articles and letters of comment (LoCs) may be published in Probe.