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Judith Moffett

Guest Review: Two That Came True by Judith Moffett

Kev McVeigh is a name that should be familiar to regular readers of this blog. He’s an astute critic and read who has written a number of themed guest posts on the subject of women SF writers: search ‘From the Attic’ to find them all.  Kev recently let us know that he had reviewed on […]

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Gateway Essentials: Judith Moffett

Judith Moffett began her career writing poetry before turning to SF with an ape-as-human tale, ‘Surviving’, for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in June 1986. She gained immediate attention by winning the first Theodore Sturgeon Award in 1987 and her reputation was further enhanced with the publication of her first novel, Pennterra, in […]

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ICYMI: From the Attic VIII: Short Stories from the ’80s & ’90s (Mostly)

As previously noted, we will be republishing noted critic and reviewer Kev McVeigh’s ‘From the Attic’ columns over the coming weeks, to give new readers the opportunity to encounter his sage observations on some very important and all-too-often overlooked authors . . . Two things: 1. SFF has seemed to me to be the one […]

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ICYMI: From the Attic V: Seven for a Secret

As previously noted, we will be republishing noted critic and reviewer Kev McVeigh’s ‘From the Attic’ columns over the coming weeks, to give new readers the opportunity to encounter his sage observations on some very important and all-too-often overlooked authors . . .   Seven personal favourite SF and Fantasy Novels by women that I […]

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New Title: Pennterra

As we’re sure you’re well aware, Judith Moffett won the inaugural Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award in 1987 for her short story ‘Surviving’. A year later she followed that up with the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and has also been nominated for the Hugo, Nebula and James Tiptree, Jr Memorial Awards. SF […]

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New Book Spotlight: The Ragged World by Judith Moffett

Gateway is delighted to present Judith Moffett‘s The Ragged World, the first book of The Holy Ground Trilogy.  Judith Moffett won the inaugural Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award in 1987 for her short story ‘Surviving’, and followed that up with the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 1988. She has also been nominated […]

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From the Attic VIII: Short Stories From the ’80s & ’90s (Mostly)

Two things: 1. SFF has seemed to me to be the one place where it is as easy to discover new writers in short forms as at length. 2. I love short fiction but it doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. There are not many novels that turn somehow on a single line the […]

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SF Gateway Welcomes Katherine MacLean and Judith Moffett!

We are delighted to announce that SF Gateway has recently concluded deals to publish SFWA Author Emeritus Katherine MacLean and Judith Moffett, winner of the 1988 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. We will be publishing Katherine MacLean‘s novel The Missing Man, based on her Nebula Award-winning novella of the same name, as […]

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