Re: [Slf-news] SLF Newsletters 19/20 August/September 2005
- In a message dated 10/31/2005 8:53:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
Biology in Science Fiction:
Course website, including syllabus for teaching Biology 103
through science fiction. Prof. Joan Slonczewski. Posted to the
web in 2003.
Cognitive Science Fiction:
CS104 syllabus by Lee Spector. Posted to the web 1998.
Feminist Science Fiction:
Senior Interdisciplinary Seminar ZSRS40501 Syllabus. Created by
Kathleen Fowler. Posted to the web 2004.
Politics in Modern Science Fiction:
Syllabus for college course. Instructor Sumana Harihareswara.
Posted to the web 2001.
Syllabus for English 315.02. Instructor John Walter. Posted to
the web 2004.
English 192 syllabus. Created by Melissa Colleen Stevenson.
Posted to the web 2003.
English 567 syllabus. Created by Paul Brians.
English 333 syllabus. Created by Paul Brians.
Science Fiction and Fantasy: The Space of Contemporary Allegory:
Syllabus for English 373 course by Professor D.F. Felluga..
Posted to the web 1999.
Science Fiction and Teaching:
SGET 644. Created by Kathleen Fowler. Posted to the web 2003.
Survey of Science Fiction Syllabus:
SINT 34601. Created by Kathleen Fowler. Posted to the web 2003.
RESOURCES / ACADEMICS / RESEARCH MATERIALS
Course Materials for the Study of Science Fiction:
Created by Paul Brians.
RESOURCES / WRITERS / MARKET LISTS
The AA Independent Press Guide: _http://www.thunderburst.co.uk/_
"A free, online resource for writers" compiled by Dee Rimbaud.
Detailed listings of over 2,000 literary & genre magazines and
publishers from around the world, plus links to over 750 internet
magazines. Also links to writers' and artists' personal webpages
and other useful resources.
The International Directory of Little Magazines & Small Presses:
Len Fulton, Ed. "The Bible of the business", this print directory
contains over 4000 very detailed listings of magazines and
RESOURCES / GRANTS FOR WRITERS
StarMerrow Grant for Collaborative Science Fiction and Fantasy:
A grant of $100 (more if funds become available). "StarMerrow is
a nexus for writers, artists, and other creators of science
fiction and fantasy. Its mission is to help these creators
network with each other and market their works." Open to members
everywhere, but oriented around Northern California and the
Pacific Northwest. Collaborations must involve at least two
persons, one of which must be a member, and one of which must
reside in N. California, Oregon or Washington state. Application
deadline is Dec. 1, 2005 for the 2006 grant.
RESOURCES / READERS / BOOKLIST INDEX
SF by Writers of Color:
List by Kay Fowler.
SF Deaf-themed books:
List by Kay Fowler.
Feminist SF: _http://orion.ramapo.edu/~kfowler/FSFbooklist.html_
"A Selected Book List of Feminist (or Proto-feminist) science
fiction/Science Fiction by Women Writers." Created by Kay Fowler.
Children's SF: _http://orion.ramapo.edu/~kfowler/sftorals.html_
List by Kay Fowler.
RESOURCES / READERS / MAGAZINES
Ultraverse E-Zine of Science Fiction and Fantasy:
Chris Africa, Editor & Publisher; William I. Lengeman III,
Contributing Editor; Stephanie Kidwell and Kara Koester, Poetry
Editors. Submissions to: _editor@..._
(mailto:editor@...) . Submit as text in
the body of an email (see details on site). Publishes poetry of
50 lines max.; short stories from 2,000-10,000 wds; author
interviews; book reviews; news items and announcements of new
novels by its contributors. Also accepts a SciFiMage for each
issue: an original image or a link to someone else's image on the
web, about which Editor Africa will write a short story. Not at
present a paying market, but hopes to become one.
Raven Electrick: _http://www.ravenelectrick.com/_
Karen A. Romanko, Editor. "A lively and entertaining e-zine
featuring short stories and poems in the fantasy, science
fiction, horror and mystery genres. Raven's tastes are eclectic,
with sub-genres ranging from 'cyberpunk' to 'cozy' sleuth, sword
and sorcery to hardboiled 'noir,' space opera to vampire yarn,
and anything in between. Pays $10 for stories up to 1000 wds, and
poems to 40 lines. Submit stories as rtf or txt files, and poems
in the body of an email. See site for details of submission
periods and other info.
RESOURCES / WRITERS / REVIEWS / SF POETRY
Multiverse: Speculative Poetry Reviews:
Short reviews by Eric Marin of speculative poetry in a variety of
Suggestions, comments, and information to be included
in the Newsletter may be sent to Editor David Lunde at
_news@..._ (mailto:news@...) .
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Speculative Literature Foundation. Unless otherwise
indicated, permission to reprint, repost, or quote is
expressly denied. Unless explicitly signed by the
Director, views contained within do not necessarily
reflect the official views of the Foundation.
David Lunde, Senior Editor
Ariana Osborne, Associate Editor
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