Tuesday 27 June 2000
It's called Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Wednesday 14 June 2000
This obituary of Joe Mayhew mentions his Library of Congress career and his work in science fiction.
Monday 12 June 2000
Joe Mayhew died Saturday, June 10. The SFWA obituary has appreciations by Mike Glyer and Warren Lapine, and news about memorial arrangements.
Thursday 8 June 2000
Amy Sterling Casil will lead an online writing workshop, co-sponsored by iUniverse and Wildside Press, on Monday, June 12, beginning 6 p.m. Pacific Time.
Richard Bowes has won the Lambda Literary Award in the Science Fiction/Fantasy category for Minions of the Moon (Tor). Other finalists in the category were
Night Shade by Victoria Brownworth & Judith Redding (Seal Press), The Annunciate by Severna Park (Avon/Eos), The Gumshoe, the Witch, and the Virtual Corpse by Keith Hartman (Meisha Merlin), and Through a Brazen Mirror by Delia Sherman, Cortney Skinner & Ellen Kushner (Circlet).
Nebula Books, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is closing its doors; the latest independent store victim of big-box chain stores (in Canada) Chapters and Indigo. Its website indicates an online presence will continue.
Joe Mayhew, Hugo-winning fan artist (and nominee again this year), is in the hospital. Here's a page with visitors' reports and an e-mail link.
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