Author Archives: Barbara E. Hill

Celebrating 2016 Nebula Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2016 Nebula Award winners and nominees! We would also like to compliment ALL of the participants, panelists and volunteers that made the conference possible.  It was truly one of the very best so far! If you have … Continue reading

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Congrats 2016 Hugo Award winners!

We are so very proud to be part of this amazing community that so soundly triumphed and showed the Sad Puppies the door with a resounding slam!  Click the link below to see the wonderful slate of winning authors this … Continue reading

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Lawrence M. Schoen 2014 Nebula Award Nominee

Congrats to fellow Noble Lawrence M. Schoen for his 2014 Nebula Award nomination for his novella “Calendrical Regression” published by our own NobleFusion Press.  This is Lawrence’s third nomination and deservedly so – the latest installment in his Conroyverse is … Continue reading

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The 30 Sci-Fi Stories Everyone Should Read

This month fellow Kansans James Gunn and Chris McKitterick (renowned and gifted Science Fiction writers/scholars/professors) contributed to Popular Mechanic’s recent list of the top 30 must read stories in the genre. While not all of them are all-time classic SF … Continue reading

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6-Word Science Fiction Short Stories

Writing science-fiction and fantasy is a specialized form of literary art that is at the far right of the “inspiring and thought-provoking” bell curve.  The short-story is an art form all of it’s own and demands a steady and trained … Continue reading

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