Illustrators of the Future is a contest like no other. There’s prize money sure, but what is truly inspiring and unique is the week-long workshop where you will meet with many artists who have established themselves and learn the sage advice you didn’t learn in school. This investment into the artist is what paying it […]
The cover for the latest volume in the L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future anthology, which features the best new SF & Fantasy short stories of the year, has just been released and it features a stunning dragon by artist and illustrator Larry Elmore. Larry’s list of work includes illustrations for Dungeons & […]
Here is the list of our Fourth Quarter (July 1 through September 30) Illustrators of the Future Contest Winners & Finalists Congratulations to all! Winners: Asher Alpay from the Philippines Rachel Quinlan from Michigan Ryan Richmond from Indiana Finalists: Dominick Critelli from Florida Katie Croonenberghs from Washington Darryl Knickrehm from […]
Here is the list of our Third Quarter (April 1 through June 30) Illustrators of the Future Contest Winners & Finalists Congratulations to all! Winners: Hanna Al-Shaer from Michigan David Furnal from Oregon Michael Michera from Poland Finalists: Rania Emmanouilidou from Greece Joana Ferreira from Luxembourg Len Nguyen from Oregon […]
Here is the list of our Second Quarter (1 January through 31 March) Illustrators of the Future Contest Winners & Finalists Congratulations to all! Winners: Christopher Kiklowicz from California Shan Shu Man from British Columbia, Canada Jason Park from British Columbia, Canada Finalists: Stephen Glatfelter from Pennsylvania Anthony Moravian from New […]
Here is the list of the 1st Quarter Illustrators of the Future Contest Winner — Congratulations to all the winners!
Announcing the 2nd Quarter Illustrators of the Future Winners
Krystal Claxton is readily willing to admit there are a few things a little . . . off about her. First of all, while she’s a computer technician, her true passion lies in the realm of word-smithing and storytelling.
While an Illustrators of the Future judge since 2013, Gary Meyer’s legacy goes back to 1960, when he launched on an artistic career spanning mediums such as painting, illustrating, graphical art, and sculpture.
Today’s feature is on Auston Habershaw, one of the 13 winners in the newly released Writers of the Future Volume 31 published by Galaxy Press. Auston has a sense of humor—which is obvious to anyone who has read his blog or his award-winning story “A Revolutionary’s Guide to Practical Conjuration.” His story is set in […]