With sirens wailing in the distance, the May Booknado tears across a darkened landscape. Unstoppable winds of improvement rip tired, old establishment fiction from the minds of readers, and fresh, new fiction rushes in to fill the void! Don’t waste your precious leisure time reading crappy PC pap from Big Publishing. Titillate your brain with … More Booknado!
If you thought Nobel awards couldn’t get any sillier since the 2009 Peace prize, think again. The twin Progressive virtues of licentiousness and feminism have conspired to bring down yet another once-revered Western cultural institution: Riven by infighting and resignations following allegations of sexual misconduct, financial malpractice and repeated leaks, the Swedish Academy has said … More Noah Ward takes 2018 Nobel prize for literature
Sci-fi author Jon Del Arroz—no stranger to the “deplatforming” rage on the Left himself—has been tirelessly chronicling the bigoted ban-fest by the star-bellied sneetches of the SJW-dominated SFF industries. The latest volley includes Antarctic Press dropping the upcoming publication of a wildly popular comic book, Jawbreakers: Lost Souls, and the dis-invitation of monster hit-writer Larry Correia … More The latest in “deplatforming” news
CLFA continues to admire Moira Greyland‘s strength, courage, and grace. Recently, the CLFA Book of the Year Second Place winner granted an extensive interview to LifeSiteNews.com, in which she speaks openly about things most people never have to think about, let alone endure. “Mainstream” cultural outlets are not interested in stories like Moira’s because of … More Moira Greyland gives extensive interview
Jon Del Arroz, (“The Leading Hispanic Voice in Science Fiction™”), has posted his reaction to winning this year’s CLFA Book of the Year contest. We at CLFA are touched by his extreme humility and courage, and we encourage you to visit his site and read the whole thing. And P.S. Thanks to Jon for his … More CLFA Book of the Year 2018 winner issues statement
CLFA members composed this year’s list of the top ten books published in 2017, then we opened the final round of voting to the public. And now, at last, the voting is closed and the tallies are in! Without further ado, we present the winner of the CLFA Book of the Year 2018 contest: FIRST PLACE … More Announcing the winners of the CLFA Book of the Year 2018 Award!