The Reality of Writing in Uncertain Times

You don’t have to be creating great art right now.

SFWA Unveils an Innovative “Virtual” Nebula Conference

updates to the conference

Noticias Literatura 25-3

Publisher offers free stories for virus shut-ins; Tartarus magazine opens Apocalypse anthology to submissions The Tartarus Magazine

Murder Mysteries of All Types From SF to PNR To While...

Murder mysteries. Perhaps reading or watching one can sublimate your desire to commit the real act
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A Message from SFWA Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Stay calm and wait for updates.

Gaiman and Jemisin in Conversation

Jemisin and Gaiman's presentation will be remote

Interview: Author K. B. Wagers Discusses New Military SF Novel A...

Inspired by experience in the Coast Guard, this milSF novel is explored with an interview with the author

Fishboning Clears Story Tangles For Me

Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is: "The most difficult scene you ever wrote and why." If I have a scene that for...
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A Message from SFWA Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

SFWA on the up-coming Nebula conference

The Sociology of Science Fiction

The most difficult speculation for a science fiction writer to undertake is to imagine correctly the *secondary* implications of a new factor.

Author Guest Blog: Five Nineties Pop Songs As SFF Anthems

DOCILE author KM Szpara hits us up with his top five Nineties pop songs as science fiction and fantasy anthems because why the hell...

Lack of Trust Isn’t the Issue

Who should be on your reading team?

BEHIND THE SUN ABOVE THE MOON Anthology Authors Share SFF Story...

Science Fiction and Fantasy just go together sometimes, and I feel like they're the perfect vessels for conversations involving gender.

Author guest blog: Travelling to far flung places through movies by...

Use the real world for other worldly inspiration

Working Hard Not To Be Repetitious As An Author

Are you a "Groundhog Day" writer?

Interview: Ann Aguirre Talks About Alien Heroes and Her New Book...

He's awkward. He's adorable. He's alien as hell and he's a four-time loser in the annual Choosing.

10 Quotes About Reading

Quotes about reading. Ursula Le Guin's is pretty cool.
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Grant Applications 101: Finding, Troubleshooting, and Completing the Quest for Funding

The world is full of opportunities, changing tides, and new ideas. Give it a shot.

In Anna-Marie McLemore’s Dark and Deepest Red, Identity Is Dangerous and...

Accepting myself was freeing and terrifying; coming out was both to the extreme. I still come out nearly every day. For many of you, I’m coming out right now.

Odyssey Writing Workshop: A Life-Changing Educational Experience

The Odyssey site, www.odysseyworkshop.org, provides information about Odyssey’s workshop, online classes, webinars, critique service, consultations, coaching, and many free resources

There Was An Actual Well

what do you do to nourish your creative self
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New Editor-in-Chief Chosen to Steer SFWA’s Publications

Trota will be the 20th Editor-in-Chief in SFWA’s 54-year history, and is the first Person of Color to serve as the organization’s Editor-in-Chief.
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Boogieman In Lavender: On Beyond Cisgender: Books for High School

“Only literary fiction and other genres are typically not only disallowed but actively sneered at.”

Filtering Feedback: Strategies for Overcoming the RevisionDoldrums

Filtering feedback is a complicated process and one that is unique to every project. Fortunately, though, there are strategies

China Science Fiction Research Institute

The China Science Fiction Research Institute aims to support "...the development of the sci-fi industry and related literary and artistic endeavours"

A Fantasy Winter Holiday and Cinderella Fairy Tale Theme All in...

On the creation of fictional holidays - with an excerpt

Science Fiction Romance Includes Sassy ‘Galactic Gramma’ Characters

Addressing the "older woman" issue in genre fiction: The SFR author community seems very open to writing stories of action, adventure and romance for women of any age, depending on the story the writer wishes to tell.