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Meet the Slush: Team Tar Vol On’s SPSFC3 Allocation

Team Tar Vol On is back for the third annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC3), and over the next 4-5 months, we’ll be narrowing our selection of 24 books down to two semifinalists, which we will then pass to other SPSFC judging teams. There are many ways to do this, starting with the most obvious:… Continue reading Meet the Slush: Team Tar Vol On’s SPSFC3 Allocation

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SPSFC Finalist Review: Percival Gynt and the Conspiracy of Days by Drew Melbourne

The end of the second annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC2) is within sight, with the winner to be announced in mid-July. My team advanced three of our semifinalists to the finals, before being given four more books to read on the way to determining an overall winner. Today, we’ll be looking at the comic… Continue reading SPSFC Finalist Review: Percival Gynt and the Conspiracy of Days by Drew Melbourne

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SPSFC Finalist Review: Hammer and Crucible by Cameron Cooper

The end of the second annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC2) is within sight, with the winner to be announced in mid-July. My team advanced three of our semifinalists to the finals, before being given four more books to read on the way to determining an overall winner. Today, we’ll be looking at a fast-paced… Continue reading SPSFC Finalist Review: Hammer and Crucible by Cameron Cooper

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SPSFC Finalist Review: Aestus–The City by S.Z. Attwell

The end of the second annual Self-Published Science Fiction Competition (SPSFC2) is within sight, with the winner to be announced in mid-July. My team advanced three of our semifinalists to the finals, before being given four more books to read on the way to determining an overall winner. Today, we’ll be looking at the opening… Continue reading SPSFC Finalist Review: Aestus–The City by S.Z. Attwell

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SPSFC Finalist Review: The Last Gifts of the Universe by Rory August

After whittling our initial 28-book allotment down to three, my SPSFC2 team has received six more semifinalists from other judging teams. Our scores of these six new books, along with our original three semifinalists, have combined with with 81 other scores (nine each from nine teams) to determine the SPSFC2 finalists, and three of our… Continue reading SPSFC Finalist Review: The Last Gifts of the Universe by Rory August

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SPSFC Finalist Review: Those Left Behind by N.C. Scrimgeour

After whittling our initial 28-book allotment down to three, my SPSFC2 team has received six more semifinalists from other judging teams. Our scores of these six new books, along with our original three semifinalists, have combined with with 81 other scores (nine each from nine teams) to determine the SPSFC2 finalists, and three of our… Continue reading SPSFC Finalist Review: Those Left Behind by N.C. Scrimgeour

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SPSFC Semifinalist Review: The Peacemaker’s Code by Deepak Malhotra

After whittling our initial 28-book allotment down to three, my SPSFC2 team has received six more semifinalists from other judging teams. Our scores of these six new books, along with our original three semifinalists, will combine with with 81 other scores (nine each from nine teams) to determine the SPSFC2 finalists. Each of the six… Continue reading SPSFC Semifinalist Review: The Peacemaker’s Code by Deepak Malhotra