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Stop! Important news!

First: James Morrow (review of The Last Witchfinder) is going to be in the UK at the end of April, and will be interviewed at a special BSFA meeting on Wednesday 19th. This will not be at the Star Tavern, but instead in the Hogshead on Dering Street: turn up from six, interview starts at seven. There's a map here; nearest tube is either Bond Street or Oxford Circus.

Note this is an additional meeting. It does not replace the normal monthly meeting, which is Ian R. Macleod interviewed by me, in the Star, the following Tuesday. As always, members and non-members are equally welcome to either or both event. Tell your friends! Bring your friends!

Second: all the nominees for the BSFA Short Fiction Award are now online. BSFA members need to cast their ballots by April 11th; Concussion members have until 6pm on April 15th; the rest of you just might want to check out what BSFA members think are the best stories of the year. They are:
You may now go about your business.

(Remember the days when there was actual content here, rather than just links to other stuff? Yeah, me too.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tell your friends! Bring your friends!

You're not going to beat the turnout for the Dan Hartland show.

Remember the days when there was actual content here, rather than just links to other stuff?

Yes. More content, Harrison!
You're not going to beat the turnout for the Dan Hartland show.

Well, given that parts of that audience are now thousands of miles away, you're probably right. :p

Yes. More content, Harrison!

And if I refuse?
Liz will start making Dan Hartland tagged posts. :P
Ooh, you are *evil*. But no, I could never bring myself to do that.
Remember the days when there was actual content here, rather than just links to other stuff?

Actual content is so retro.
But I've always been the traditional sort ...
I am going to have to confiscate your future phone.
in the Hogshead

Shouldn't that be the Zodshead?
Seeing as I hit london at roughly 00:17 my train will have to be outrageously early for me to make it, natch.
I'm glad to see 'Soft Apocalypse' has made it onto the list. I thought I was the only person who liked it.