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Theodore Beale Starting to Look “Presidential”: How Not to be SFWA President

In 2013 SFWA Elections, 2013 SFWA Presidential Election, John Scalzi, Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers, SFWA, SFWA 2013 Elections, Victoria Strauss, Vox Day, Whatever, Writer Beware on March 8, 2013 at 12:03 pm
“It may be that John Scalzi made it clear in his posts that he was NOT speaking as President of SFWA. That’s the main problem with John Scalzi; he doesn’t speak as THE President of the SFWA and that’s not very “Presidential”. The 2013 SFWA Election is now upon us and “The Write Agenda” blog has some great thoughts on this topic.”

We’re pleased to see Mr. Beale engaged as a candidate. He’s starting to look very “Presidential.” For those of you who would like to see it, it’s here. We applaud Mr. Beale for being active in this 2013 SFWA Election process. We’d like to hear more from Steven Gould but he has not come out yet.


References

Random House Responds to SFWA Slamming Its Hydra Imprint. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/digital/content-and-e-books/article/56244-rh-responds-to-sfwa-slamming-its-hydra-imprint.html#comments

THE 2013 SFWA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: HYPOCRISY, HERESY & HATE (PART I) | The Write Agenda™. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://thewriteagenda.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/the-2013-sfwa-presidential-election-hypocrisy-heresy-hate-part-i/

The Write Agenda™ | We scrutinize claims made by others in the publishing industry to evaluate the transparency and accuracy of their reporting. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://thewriteagenda.wordpress.com/

Vox Popoli: How not to be SFWA president. (n.d.). Vox Popoli. Retrieved from http://voxday.blogspot.com/2013/03/how-not-to-be-sfwa-president.html

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