The Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance is thrilled to announce the finalists for our Book of the Year Award 2018! Listed below are the top ten books published in 2017 as chosen by our membership. On April 2, 2018, we will open up voting to the general public to select the final winner. In the meantime, please … More A sneak peek at CLFA Book of the Year 2018 finalists!
Our friends at Liberty Island Media have just finished retooling and relaunching their website. Visit them now to learn about new releases from their publishing division as well as new content featured on the website. Liberty Island has also extended the deadline of their heroes vs. villains short fiction contest “Hotter Than Hell” until December … More Liberty Island Media relaunches website, expands writing contest
In only its second incarnation, the Dragon Awards have already shot to prominence as one of Science Fiction/Fantasy’s most consequential fan-powered awards. Here at CLFA, we are bursting with pride at the significant number of our members who have reached the Finalist stage of the contest. Scroll down to see which CLFA’ers made the cut; … More Multiple CLFA Authors on Final Ballot for 2017 Dragon Awards
As we mentioned earlier, Realm Makers has introduced a new readers’ choice award this year, the Alliance Award. The list of finalists has just been announced, and we are thrilled that it features three books by CLFA members: Jon DelArroz (Star Realms: Rescue Run (Star Realms Novels), Kia Heavey (Domino), and Mike Duran (Saint Death: A Reagan … More Finalists announced for Realm Makers Alliance Award
After a month of voting that was open to the public, the fans have spoken. … CLFA is pleased and proud to announce the winner of the 2017 Book of the Year. Congratulations! The First Place Winner is Peter Grant’s post-civil war western, Brings the Lightning (The Ames Archives Book 1). When the Civil War … More Announcing the CLFA Book of the Year 2017!
We here at CLFA love a book award that’s open to fandom. Nothing’s more decentralizing and clarifying than letting actual consumers vote for what they like. We even have a li’l ol’ award of our own along those lines. So when we heard about the Realm Makers new Alliance Award, we had to give them … More Realm Makers Alliance Award now open for nominations
Liberty Lab for Film, a division of liberty-promoting fiction booster Taliesen Nexus, has just opened applications for their 2017 program. Be sure to visit their site to read all the details, but here are highlights: The Liberty Lab for Film (or LLF) is an advanced program for those who have filmmaking, screenwriting, producing experience and want … More Applications open for libertarian filmmaker grant