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
2018 World Science Fiction Convention organizers have banned outspoken conservative author Jon Del Arroz from attending the 2018 event, even though Mr. Del Arroz is a member in good standing and has already purchased his ticket. Worldcon organizers describe the 2018 con as “a celebration of our belief that the choices we make together steer … More Worldcon organizers indulge in ideological discrimination, ban popular SciFi author
Moira Greyland‘s long-awaited exposé of her famous, twisted parents’ nightmarish world has been released by Castalia House. Moira’s harrowing tale of child abuse and sexual deviancy sent shockwaves through the world of Science Fiction and Fantasy fandom when she spilled the beans about her mother’s proclivities in a 2015 blog post. She was subsequently contacted … More Exposé of “Mists of Avalon” author Marion Zimmer Bradley and Walter “Breendoggle” Breen released
Refreshing winds of cultural change are blowing! Throw away establishment fiction from Big Publishing and blow your mind with novel novels from conservative, libertarian, and other assorted right-wing authors. Sucker punch-free and full of free thought, this month’s fiction array is guaranteed to stimulate and entertain. Browse the New Releases and Kindle Deals below, and … More October Booknado!
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
Don’t let oppressive Leftist lit ruin your summer. Throw wide the sash! A righteous gale of free thought is whipping through the popular culture, clearing the trite and refreshing the mental palette with these exciting new releases! Click on any book cover image to read more and shop: NEW RELEASES Treasure of the Rogue Moon … More July Booknado!
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
Stale, formulaic, establishment fiction cannot resist this gale-force gust of alternative storytelling. Why let Big Publishing’s cabal of easily-triggered Brooklynites decide what you get to read? Decide for yourself! Don’t let cabin fever set in – open your mind and entertain your intellect with some fresh selections from this month’s CLFA Booknado! As always, click on any cover … More New books! Kindle deals! It’s the January CLFA Booknado!
You are not supposed to read this book. You are not supposed to think about reading this book. In fact, just plain thinking at all is unacceptable. You have been warned…. So many great books are coming out lately, we can barely keep up! Jason Rennie, editor at Superversive Press, has just announced the publication … More “Forbidden Thoughts” star-studded anthology is published
CLFA member and accomplished, prolific author Stephanie Osborn has announced her upcoming series, Division One. Here’s the important bit from the press release: Chromosphere Press Announces the Latest from Stephanie Osborn! 2 January 2017 — Huntsville, AL Stephanie Osborn, aka the Interstellar Woman of Mystery, former rocket scientist and author of acclaimed science fiction mysteries, goes back … More Author Stephanie Osborn announces new SciFi series