Archive for the ‘LIS Newsletter’ Category

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Latest In Spec

At last we’re ready to gather news for the next issue of Latest In Spec. We’re looking for information specific to speculative fiction, with the idea that whatever appears in Latest In Spec can promote your work as well as the genre. You do not need to be a LIS subscriber to give us your […]

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Donita Paul Tour next week

CSFF’ers, This year the autumnal equinox and the official beginning of the fall season coincide with the CSFF Blog Tour. Hope you’re ready! August CSFF Top Tour Blogger Award. Congratulations to Lyn Perry, http://residentialaliens.blogspot.com , who won without the need of a runoff. And thanks to each of you who voted. Latest In Spec. You […]

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We’re ready to put together the next issue of Latest In Spec and would like to include your news specific to speculative fiction. You do not need to be a LIS subscriber to give us your information. Reminder: we want to avoid repetition. Contests, book releases, and author appearances need pre-event buzz. Therefore, those items […]

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Award; Latest In Spec News

CSFF’ers, After a run-off poll, we ended with a tie for the May CSFF Top Tour Blogger Award, so the honor goes to both John Otte and Robert Treskillard for their posts featuring Tuck by Stephen Lawhead. (You can find links to their posts on my blog: http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/2009/05/29/god-and-fiction-%e2%80%93-a-look-at-the-shack-part-5/ ) Congratulations to both! It’s time to […]

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Need Your News for Latest In Spec

CSFFers, Congratulations to Robert Treskillard for winning the CSFF February Top Blogger Award. If you haven’t already visited his site, you can still read his three tour posts: his review of Cyndere’s Midnight – http://epictales.org/blog/robertblog.php?title=cyndere_s_midnight_amdash_a_full_review&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1 ; an interview with author Jeffrey Overstreet – http://epictales.org/blog/robertblog.php?title=cyndere_s_midnight_amdash_an_interview_w&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1 ; and an interview with one of the CM characters – http://epictales.org/blog/robertblog.php?title=cyndere_s_midnight_amdash_an_interview_w_1&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1 […]

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Misc. Business/Call for LIS News

CSFFers, We have a tie for our January blogger award. If you haven’t yet voted, please take a moment to do so. Also, if you voted for someone not involved in the tie, you may vote again—go to http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/2009/02/02/january-csff-top-blogger-poll/ If you aren’t subscribed to LIS or if you’ve had difficulty subscribing, now you can do […]

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Thanks, Award, and Book Offer

CSFF members, Thank you. We had a good tour for the Lost Genre Guild at the end of December. Special thanks to those of you who participated, especially during such a busy time. On the LGG blog, they reported many positive results from the tour: http://blog.lostgenreguild.com/2009/01/cssf-tour-of-lost-genre-guild.html Award. I have a poll up at http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/2009/01/06/csff-top-blogger-for-december/ for […]

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Latest In Spec – We Need Your News

At long last, we’re ready to put together the next issue of Latest In Spec and would like to include your news specific to Christian/Biblical speculative fiction. You do not need to be a LIS subscriber to give us your information. * Send your news to Rebecca LuElla Miller: rluellam at earthlink.net by Friday, January […]

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First, for those of you wishing to do an interview with Sigmund Brouwer, our contact person has changed. Now send your questions to Elizabeth Johnson, ejohnson at randomhouse dot com and she will forward them on to Mr. Brouwer. Second, don’t forget to submit your interview and/or DragonLight review to me for Latest In Spec. […]

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CSFF August/LIS Call for News

I just had a jolt, literally, that disrupted my plans (and ironically, I had just read Karen Hancock’s blog post on altered plans). The jolt I’m referring to was a 5.4 earthquake that shook Southern California along a fault line that runs not too far from my apartment. Nothing like a reminder that God is […]

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