Tuesday, September 25, 2012

SF Canada Award 2012 at When Words Collide

At the 32nd Canvention in Calgary on August 11, 2012 at the When Words Collide festival, Robert J. Sawyer was awarded his third consecutive Aurora Award for Best Novel in English for Wonder (Penguin), accompanied by the SF Canada Award of $500. For over 30 years, Canadian fans of speculative fiction have been voting on the Aurora and Boréal awards to acknowledge the best of Canadian professional and fan activity in both official languages. Susan Forest, vice-president of SF Canada, presents a ceremonial cheque to Robert J. Sawyer. (photo courtesy of When Words Collide)

Monday, September 03, 2012

SF Canada Supports Canadian Conventions

SF Canada is proud to provide financial support to SF conventions across Canada.

Vancouver's science fiction and fantasy convention, VCON 37: "Post Apocalypse," will be held Sept. 28-30 in Surrey, B.C.
When Words Collide is held every August in Calgary, Alberta, and hosted the Aurora Awards this past summer.
Toronto SpecFic Colloquium, is upcoming Oct. 28, "Beyond the Human."
Can*Con, The Canadian Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature, will be held Sept. 21-23 in Ottawa, Ontario (and will be hosting the Aurora Awards in 2013!)
Check out these links to connect with the literary community in your area, meet SF authors and buy the latest books.
SF Canada supports positive social action.

Sunday, September 02, 2012

The Last Summoner Now Canadian Bestseller

Nina Munteanu’s The Last Summoner is now a Canadian Bestseller on Amazon.ca under "Historical Fantasy". It was ranked #1 since August 29, 2012. 
Nina's Historical Time Travel Fantasy is available at Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, The Book Depository (UK), Barnes & Noble and Chapters and other quality bookstores near you.
Every Choice Has Its Price…
On June 14th, 1410 in Grunwald, Prussia, one of medieval history’s most decisive battles is about to destroy the powerful Teutonic Order, slaughtering virtually all its monk knights. How would history have changed if this arrogant order had not underestimated its enemy and had instead won to continue sweeping through north-east Europe in its ambitious crusade for Christendom?
As a result of an impetuous choice, young 14-year old Vivianne Schoen, Baroness von Grunwald, makes the startling discovery that she can alter history—but not before she’s branded a witch and must flee through a time-space tear into an alternate present-day France ruled by fascists. There, she will learn that every choice has its price.
Nina Munteanu is ”…A master of metaphor.”— Craig Bowlsby

Cover Art by Tomislav Tikulin