Established in 1969 and based in Johannesburg, Science Fiction & Fantasy South Africa (SFFSA) is a club for fans of both science fiction and fantasy. Membership benefits include:

Monthly meetings 
Annual mini-conventions An extensive library
Quarterly  Probe fanzine
NOVA Short story
 competition
Much much more!

International and country members are more than welcome 

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SFFSA is a long running South African Science Fiction &  Fantasy club. We enjoy social gatherings once a month, an extensive library of books for members, an excellent quarterly fanzine, mini conventions, a yearly short story competition and much more.

Nova Short Story Competition 2013

Final judging by  Arthur Goldstuck and Lauren Beukes 

Results Now Out! 

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The 2012 Nova winners . Read more...

NEXT EVENT

SFFSA Speaker and a Movie

  • Saturday 19 April 2014
  • 14:30
  • Wits Medical School, at 7 York Avenue, Parktown
  • Speaker: Digby Ricci
  • Movie TBA
  • Members: R10.00   Non Members: R20.00
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I f you want to see your artwork here, submit it to us and we will put it up here. Artwork,  articles and letters of comment (LoCs) will be published in Probe
email: cedricab@looking-glass.co.za

PROBE 158 now available to download
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The cover of Probe 158



80 Stories in 80 Days Update.

Dear authors, dear supporters,

I am delighted that so many of you participate in the project “around the world in 80 SF stories”. Sadly I wasn’t able to bring together 80 authors from 80 countries with one story each. So I have decided to gather 80 authors with one story each. That means that it’s not going to be 80 countries. Therefore I’ll change the concept and publish all authors, also if there are more then one from one country, in this short story anthology. Unfortunately, we still need some more authors. I’d be delighted, if we could find some further authors.

At this time the first stories are already getting translated, so that I’ll certainly be able to publish the book soon. At this point, I already want to thank everybody and I hope to receive the missing stories as well. I’d be especially happy if we might be able to work together in the future.

This was a short intermediate status report. I’ll get in touch again once the book is getting published. Maybe sooner, too.

Thank you very much for your help.


Erik

mit freundlichen Grüssen
Erik Schreiber info@saphir-im-stahl.de
 
Saphir im Stahl
An der Laut 14
64404 Bickenbach
Germany



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