Experts Needed!

OPEN OFFICE HOURS!
This year’s Nebula Office Hours will be one-on-one teleconferences where writers and interested parties can interview “experts” in their designated field of expertise.

WE NEED YOUR BRAINS!
Open to both SFWA members and non-members, we’re in search of knowledgeable people who are willing to volunteer one hour of their time to give four 15 minute interviews and have their brains picked. It’s a great way to pay it forward!

If you’re a scientist, a medical professional, web designer, combat specialist, a professional marketing strategist, or an underwater basket weaver – we want your know-how!

Contact Anne Tibbets to volunteer.

13 Responses to “Experts Needed!”

  1. Jan Willer

    Licensed Clinical Psychologist here. Often authors get mental health issues a bit off, so I’m happy to help them out all I can!

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  2. Matthew von der Ahe

    Licensed geologist here. 15 years experience. More than happy to share my expertise.

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  3. Grace Fong

    Professional illustrator. Also ten years of experience in video game and animation industries. Can always help elaborate on those things.

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  4. Stanley Foo

    Hello,

    I’m a life-long science fiction fan, and I’ve even written some articles in a fan magazine during the 1990’s (yes, I’m that old). I am also a lawyer, licensed in Ontario, British Columbia, and New York, and I would be willing to help out if need be. I would also like to become an affiliate member.

    I live in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

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  5. Erin Rae Hoffer

    I’m a researcher/online educator in Climate Policy, Public Administration and Business with a background in architecture and design software/technology.

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  6. Richard Steinberg

    Professor of Economics and Philanthropic Studies. I study nonprofit organizations, giving, volunteering. Lifelong fan, I had the good fortune as an undergraduate at MIT of taking a course in comparative economic systems that included three science fiction novels, and am intrigued by the future of institutional forms (nonprofits, for-profits, governments, worker-managed etc.)

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