One of our “rival” judging teams has thoughtfully introduced themselves, so here’s a little signal boost to a worthy and honourable (nay, GLORIOUS) adversary who isn’t part of the Extra Terrestrial Pasta Pantheon (including but not limited to the Flying Spaghetti Monster and the Space Lasagna).
If you saw my last post and were like “Yes, very nice, but what is this SPSFC of which you blog?” well I am glad you asked!
The SPSFC is the Self Published Science Fiction Competition and it is a brand new shiny annual competition designed to take around 300 books that are voluntarily submitted, vet them through ten teams of judges, and select one book as the very best of those 300 books!
As with all competitions there are certain criteria for book selections, which may or may not change slightly from year to year. This inaugural year is teaching the hosts and judges a lot! Our current criteria does include (but is not limited to) the book must be self published, over a certain word count, has to be SciFi, and either a standalone or the first in series.
The concept is loosely based upon the popular SPFBO…
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