British Science Fiction Association
The British Science Fiction Association's mission is to support and promote SF in all its forms.
The BSFA was created by a group of fans in 1958, and was soon established and run as an official national body by readers, authors, critics, editors, booksellers and publishers with the aim of appreciating and encouraging science fiction in every form.
Today, the BSFA is a vibrant and growing national organisation of science fiction writers, readers and scholars.
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Members enjoy the community of like-minded people across the country and beyond; whilst linking you to a rich tradition and enabling you to contribute to a vibrant future. In addition, the BSFA offers a variety of online and print publications dedicated to speculative fiction, and the writing of that genre. In addition, the BSFA runs the Orbiters series, workshopping groups where writers can regularly submit their work to gain constructive critiquing from their contemporaries and also contribute their thoughts on the work of others. Members also have the chance to vote on the prestigious BSFA awards, and attend the annual general meeting.
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