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Phillip Mann at the SF Gateway

Phillip Mann remains one of New Zealand’s best regarded SF authors. He is also patron of the Phoenix SF Society in Wellington. He wrote to Phoenix recently to let them know about the new Gollancz site SF Gateway. This is a portal site devoted to classic works of SF and Fantasy. Almost all of Phil’s work is included amongst these classics. The site does not sell books, but provides links to those who do if you want to fill the gaps in your Phillip Mann collection.

New Zealand SF, Fantasy And Horror

One of the most important things that SFFANZ does is maintain lists of science fiction, fantasy and horror produced in New Zealand. In order to keep these lists up to date, we are very dependantĀ  on people telling us about items that we may have missed. Please — if you come across any items that belong on the lists, let us know about them by sending an email to listings@sffanz.org.nz.

Please don’t assume that someone will have already told us about your discovery (they probably haven’t) and please don’t assume that just because you know about it, everybody else must know about it as well; that’s hardly ever true. We’d much prefer to be told about something several times rather than miss out on it because nobody informed us.

So please, all of you, do keep your eyes peeled and let us know about everything you discover.

Philip Mann’s new website

New Zealand-based science fiction author Phillip MannĀ has just launched a new, up-to-date website.

The site features extracts from upcoming, new and existing novels, as well as essays on a diverse range of topics, poetry, plus many insights into the writing of much loved science fiction classics such as Master of Paxwax and Eye of the Queen.

insights into the writing of much loved science fiction classics such as Master of Paxwax and Eye of the Queen.