CEL MAI IMPORTANT PORTAL SF DIN CROAȚIA, NOSF DESPRE SRSFF ȘI PREMIILE SRSFF ; SITE-UL SOCIETĂȚII SFERA,CROAȚIA DESPRE PREMIILE SRSFF
NOSF (Never Ordinary Sometimes Fantastic): portal SF online ,Zagreb, Croația http://nosf.net/2009/nove-snage-u-susjedstvu-sf-u-rumunjskoj/
"New force in the neighborhood: SF in Romania Where now Romania? Well, the connection between the Croatian and Romanian SF is even older.It’s from 1985 when Igor Kordej drawn comics based on the novel by Vladimir Colin’s “ Legendele Țării lui Vam” . On 28th of November 2009, SRSFF had awarded prizes for science fiction and fantasy, Premiile SRSFF at the international book fair Gaudeamus in Bucharest, Romania . The Prizes been awarded by Romanian Society for Science Fiction and Fantasy, Societatea Romana de Science Fiction și Fantasy. The Society was founded in January 2009 by well-known Romanian SF writers, translators and fans of the genre with the particular aim of promoting the Romanian SF and fantasy. 5 awards have been granted : · Best Writer: Florin Manolescu · Best Scholar: Mircea Oprita · Best Promoter: Michael Haulica · Best SF magazine: Helion (editor: Cornel Secu) · Best SF Printing Press: Millennium Press (editor: Horia Nicola Ursu) The winners were presented with trophies and diplomas, and on the occasion of the event was released an SRSFF anthology Other Shores (Alte tarmuri)."
Site-ul societății SFERA, Zagreb,Croația
SFera and the Romanian SF scene
"The SF Romanian society is indeed a young organization, founded in January 2009, but members were seriously accepted the job and already this year in November,SRSFF had granted the award granted the first edition of the Romanian science fiction and fantasy awards,Premiile SRSFF. At the international book fair Gaudeamus in Bucharest,SRSFF had allocated 5 SRSFF awards and released the first SRSFF anthology: Other Shores (Alte tarmuri). The news concerning the winners of the Romanian SRSFF genre awards and the beginning of cooperation with SFera was published on NOSF portal and you can read the article here."