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.

COVID-19 STATUS


NEWS

  • Nova 2021 *** RESULTS TO BE ANNOUNCED AT OUR AGM ***
  • Next meeting: AGM 15 January 2022
  • Free download of the lastest WARP ezine from Montreal Science Fiction and Fantasy Association
  • NEW ADDITIONS to our DVD library (Donated by our founder, Tex Cooper)
  • Download a recording of our Zoom meeting held on 20 November
  • Probe 187 now available for download. For Free!

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    OLDE NEWS

  • Can you help with a research project by completing an online survey?
  • Our postal address has changed
  • Check out the latest additions to our library (2021/03/22)
  • Download full library list in xlsm format (2021/03/22)
  • Download a list of all the stories ever published in Probe (2020/12/17)
  • Download a list of all Nova winners (2020/12/17)

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    ANCIENT NEWS

  • The Constitution of Science Fiction and Fantasy South Africa was amended in March 2020
  • 50th ANNIVERSARY Commemorative T-Shirts for sale
  • Best of SFSA available for purchase
  • SFFSA History: new information about our origins

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    NEXT EVENT: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

  • Date: 15 January 2022
  • Time: 3:00 PM
  • Venue: (PROVISIONAL) Ian and Gail's Home, 30 Gustav Preller Street, Vorna Valley
  • Type: Bring & Braai
  • Bring: Mask, Chair, Food, Drinks
  • Cost: With braai - R20 (members) R30 (non-members)
    Without braai - R10 (members) R20 (non-members)

    We will hold our Annual General Meeting on 15 January 2022. Currently, the plans are the usual Bring & Braai. However, Covid restrictions change on a daily basis, and we are very conservative with our approach to live meetings. If the situation changes, we will hold the AGM virtually on the Zoom platform. Be sure to check the latest information here, before you leave home.

    For any queries please call Ian on 083 523 0081

    If you have a Gmail account, send an email request to kreuiter@gmail.com, asking to be added to the Google SFFSA calendar. You will never miss another meeting, and can click on the link to join the Zoom meeting.


    WARP 111 NOW AVAILABLE

    The Montreal Science Fiction and Fantasy Association publish an ezine called WARP. The latest edition, WARP 111, is available for free download. See our links page for other free SF&F literature.

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    ONLINE SURVEY REQUEST

    Rhianna Morse is doing doctoral research at Brunel London University in the topic of Film and Television Studies. Her research is titled Windows of Fantasy: The Significance of Science Fiction and Fantasy Film and Television Posters. The aim of the research is to explore the significance of science fiction and fantasy posters for individuals and groups as a source of cultural significance and meaning. This could help generate a better appreciation of what posters really mean to their owners. As part of this, she is searching for adults (18-80) owning science-fiction and fantasy poster(s) who could participate in her research project by completing an online survey. Would you be willing and able to help? More information and the link to the Online Survey can be found on her PhD Study Website

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    50TH ANNIVERSARY T-SHIRTS

    T-Shirt Logo

    We are offering a 50th anniversary commemorative T-Shirt. They are good quality shirts, with printing on the back and the front. This includes the original logo. Black shirts with white printing, or white shirts with black printing, are available.

    Further details here ...


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    Best of SFFSA SF&F Short Stories

    The Best of SFSA Vol III available for R50.00 including postage (South Africa) or $10.00 international. Email secretary@sffsa.org.za



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    If you want to see your artwork here, submit it to us and we may put it up here.
    Artwork, articles and letters of comment (LoCs) may be published in Probe.