Home Updated 02/09/2012
01/01/2012: Heather Albano joins.
Patrick Kelly returns.
06/30/2009: Lots of things.
05/12/2009: F. Brett Cox has rejoined the workshop.
04/17/2009: Elaine Issak joined CSFW.
(Gee. Jim's up for another award. Yawn. It just happens so often.)
12/08/2008: Richard Horton, editor of the Prime Books' anthology Science Fiction: The Best of the Year (as well as the fantasy equivalent) has chosen James Cambias' story Balancing Accounts for the anthology. See here. The story appeared in the February issue of F&SF.
10/31/2008: Historical member James Patrick Kelly has two items:
Kelly is speaking at Chester College on November 6.
Paradigm Shifts and the Reading/Writing Life
The Decolonization of the Mind
In Search of Indian Science Fiction: A Conversation with Anil Menon
Women Writing in India: A Conversation with Urvashi Butalia and Anita Roy
The Creatures We Don’t See: Thoughts on the Animal Other
Science Fiction and the End of the World
Historical member, James Patrick Kelly, is a special guest star on Upon Furher Review.
07/28/08: A review of the stories in Jonathon Strahan's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume Two, is here. It includes works by current member Theodora Goss as well as historical members Alex Irvine and Kelly Link.
07/13/2008: The following current CSFW members will be at Readercon:
Past members present will be:
James Patrick Kelly (Guest of Honor!)
07/05/2008: Theodora Goss' story, The Singing of Mount Arbora, and historical members Alex Irvine's story, Wizard's Six, Kelly Link's story The Constable of Albal, are in Jonathan Strahan's, The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume Two, Night Shade Books. See here.
SF Signal has a list by editors and writers of future genre writers to watch. On the list were the following current members of CSFW, Jim Cambias, Theodora Goss and Vandana Singh, as well as historical member, Alex Irvine.
06/08/2008: Theodora Goss has been nominated as a finalist for the Mythopoeic Award for her story, The Forest of Forgetting. The winners of this year’s awards will be announced during Mythcon XXXIX, to be held from August 15-18, 2008, in New Britain, Connecticut.
05/27/2008: Historical member David Smith's foundation, the Affordable Housing Institute, received a significant grant from the Gates Foundation.
03/26/2008: F. Brett Cox's story I Hear Music Up Above has been accepted by Phantom. His story, Flannery on Stage will be reprinted in a chapbook of stories about Flannery O'Connor by Payseur & Schmidt. Other news from Brett that didn't get onto this page is available here.
01/22/2008: Joy Marchand joins the workshop.
01/13/2008: Vandana Singh's Of Love and Other Monsters (Aqueduct Press 2007) has been selected for Gardener Dozois' Year's Best Science Fiction to be released in 2008.
01/2008: Steven Popkes and Jim Cambias are in the February F&SF Magazine. The Popkes story is Bread and Circus, which went through the workshop in 2007. The Cambias story is Balancing AccountsI which did not go through the workshop.
09/26/2007: CSFW News page goes up