Listen to the Writers and Illustrators of the Future podcast with Jeff Edwards on writing about ordinary men and women working together to do extraordinary things which was something he experienced in his military career.
Dave Farland (Wolverton) was an extraordinary individual and friend to all writers, always lending a helping hand. He will be greatly missed.
Writers of the Future Podcast interview with Douglas E. Richards, with tips for writers on research, speculation vs. scientific accuracy, and aliens & UFOs.
A.G. Riddle, a self-publishing sensation with his Atlantis Gene, discusses his not-so-fast journey to success.
Whenever you have a new story idea, ask yourself what story you can confidently tell that nobody else would think to? Tell that story, and whether the world scoffs or rejoices, you’ll at least have made your own place in it.
Luke Wildman gives his four-year journey to winning Writers of the Future.
One must understand there is a process of beginning a story and there is also the question “what should be at the beginning of the story?”
A scientific approach to writing fantasy can be termed hard fantasy: establish the rules, never break them, and discover how the story is shaped by them.
One writers journey from 10 year old dreamer to nurse to mother to author.
I like to joke that my “overnight” writing success took six years to achieve! How exactly did a middle-aged British woman become a winner in the most prestigious science fiction and fantasy writing contest in the world? It’s a tale I’m willing to share in the hope that my journey might inspire others to follow […]