Winning Writers of the Future. Sometimes you might be scared to jump. Sometimes it’s better to leap anyway.
How one artist became less of a little fish in a big pond with her fantasy art.
Award Winning Russian artist Martem Mirolevich, illustrator winner published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 24, talks about life as an artist and touring the world.
Wyverns vs. dragons—what is the difference and which came first? Discover dragon types that have influenced fantastic art and literature through the ages.
During my first week of college, I was gifted with one of Frank Frazetta’s published sketchbooks. I was amazed and inspired by the raw ideas and energetic gesture lines that leapt off every page. Since then, I’ve continued to be intrigued by other artists’ sketchbooks, because they’re a glimpse into someone else’s thought process. You […]
Nearly 100 aspiring writers and artists have realized a major accomplishment over the past 4 years as winners in the Writers & Illustrators of the Future Contests — when the book they were published in, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, became a national bestseller.
L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34 debuts 12 new voices of creativity and diversity in science fiction and fantasy art.
A full spectrum of illustrations from around the world by the winners in the international Illustrators of the Future Contest.
Vida Cruz’s award-winning fantastic fiction, is a deeply moving “Beauty & the Beast” tale based on Filipino folklore entitled “Odd and Ugly.”
We are very excited to announce that world-renowned artist Ciruelo has provided the cover art for L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34 releasing April 2018.
When it comes to writing advice, many writers will tell you not to stop writing. I’m going to be contradictory for a bit and tell you that yes, you should stop—at the right time, for the right reasons.