It’s a knife fight in the world of science fiction romance!
UC Santa Cruz announces its reading and lecture lineup
Writing rituals – when to use them and when to give them up
As a freelancer, choosing what to write next can be an interesting decision
Here’s one easy way to build your audience
“My task, which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel—it is, before all, to make you see.” – Joseph Conrad You know, there is so much going on in this world that if a certain Alien were spying on us from […]
Science fiction author and limnologist Nina Monteanu writes about changes in the genre, which she sees as changes in the way individuals interact with each other and the natural world.
If you’d love to sell your new book to one of the big SF print publishers, Steve–with a little help from his friends–tells you how to start!
MIchael explains how marketing your book is like a Presidential hopeful going to the down dump to drum up support.
I don’t know why, but whenever I hear the word “manifesto”, I’m always reminded of Italian food. “Do you want grated parmesan on your Manifesto?” “Hmmmm, I never saw Manifesto made with Alfredo sauce before….” It seems that back in October a group of authors within our literary ghetto decided that it was time to declare […]
“Short story writers have needed a book like this for decades. … It’s spectacular.” – Kristine Kathryn Rusch, author of The Business Rusch
No matter what happens between Amazon and Hachette, literature will still exist.
Follow your bliss! Nina inspires us
Praise for George R.R. Martin
One book does not a writing career make. Advice on considering a writing career from an author who walks the walk and talks the talk.
Editors. You can’t please all of them all of the time, but maybe you can please some of them, some of the time.
John reveals the every day struggles of the writer and catches up on his New Year’s resolutions.
SI UNA MUJER-LOBO EMBARAZADA SE TRANSFORMA, ¿EL BEBÉ SE TRANSFORMA TAMBIÉN?
Nina gives great writing advice. More importantly, she ‘shows’ rather than ‘tells’. Her latest concerns authorial viewpoints: how do you look at your story?
All the news that doesn’t fit is blastered into nothingness…
Nina gets back to basics with five fundamental elements of writing that every writer should constantly work on improving.
Publishing is changing in big ways. Nina offers advice on how to hang ten while surfing that wave to success!
A long running astronomy workshop for writers (presented by astronomers who are writers) has opened its doors to applications for a new session. Sign up now!
Morgana Santilli reflects on a year of posts and blogging. Happy Blogiversary!
There’s been something going on in the publishing business the last several years, and it’s nothing less than what I’ve been calling a Neo-Pulp Electronic Revolution.
Alastair Savage joins Achilles, Agamemnon, Helen, Paris and Menelaus before the walls of Troy as he embarks on a self-publishing odyssey.
Every artist is a reporter of life and truth; examining the similarities between art and writing.
Susana delivers the definitive take on how to NOT win a literary competition
Cedar clues us in on a host of useful tips and guides for those who are looking to publish in 2014.
Fabien Lyraud turns a French eye towards illuminating the best of November’s content.