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Subterranean Press Launches on Baen's Webscription Service by (Baen 30 October 2007 / ) - October 30, 2007—Wake Forest, North Carolina: The inaugural list of Subterranean Press titles is now available on Baen's e-publishing site, www.webscription.net (More...) (Source: Baen)

Book, Theatre, and Wheel Sold to Solaris SF2 by Karl Schroeder (Karl Schroeder 18 October 2007 / ) - Karl Schroeder, author of Sun of Suns: Virga, Book 1 reports: "I'm happy to report that I've sold the story "Book, Theatre, and Wheel" to Solaris SF 2, an anthology being edited by George Mann. This story marks a departure for me from the more information-theory based stories I've done, such as Lady of Mazes, and a new direction into exploring the implications of cognitive science." (Image: SFRevu, KS at Capclave 2007)

WSFA Small Press Award 2007 - Peter S. Beagle: El Regallo by (WSFA 14 October 2007 / ) - Saturday night 10/14/07 Michael Swanwick accepted the WSFA Small press Award on behalf of Peter S. Beagle, for the author's story; "El Regalo" published in The Line Between from Tachyon Publications. This was the first year for the WSFA Small Press award, which honors short fiction from small presses and is judged by members of the Washington Science Fiction Association (WSFA). An interesting feature of the award is that all entries are judged with the author and publishing information removed to encourage judges and voters to consider stories on their own merits. (More... (more ...)

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