The British Science Fiction Association is seeking to appoint new editors to take the helm of Vector.
Vector is the critical journal of the BSFA, established in 1958. It has taken many forms over the years. Currently it caters to a mixed audience of science fiction writers, fans, academics, and others, in print and digital form.
The BSFA expects to appoint several people to the new expanded editorial team. We are looking to fill 2-3 essential roles (an editor-in-chief, an academic editor, and a designer / typesetter).
We are also exploring new arrangements for Vector. For example, if you’re interested in contributing as a regular columnist (alongside Paul Kincaid, and to replace Stephen Baxter), a new arts section editor covering contemporary arts and theatre, a new games review editor, a new film reviews editor, a new interviews editor, and/or a new digital content editor, and/or have ideas for another role, we’d like to hear from you too.
These will be non-elected, non-executive and voluntary roles. The new team will be expected to produce a print edition at least twice per year, and to maintain a digital presence for Vector.