I have always known that I am a writer. With the kind of knowing you feel deep in your bones and emanates from the very core of your being. And as writers must do, I write. Although that wasn’t always the case. How to start writing…
One writer’s journey of persistence on becoming a writer. And how Writers of the Future has helped him stay the course despite a number of falls.
The Writers of the Future Contest began in 1984 and the companion Illustrators of the Future Contest followed 5 years later. Both have grown to become the largest merit competitions of their kind in the world.
Amy Henrie Gillett hopes to kindle people’s hearts and minds by contributing a little light to a world that sometimes seems so dark. And so the story of how “All Light and Darkness”—published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34—came to be as told by Amy.
If you are an aspiring author or know someone who is, then this article is for you. Find out for yourself why Writers of the Future is the top writing contest in the world and why you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by checking it out.
Lou J. Berger writes about his experience with the Writers of the Future Contest and his journey as a writer.
The Barksdale Air Show on Sunday was packed to capacity with over 50,000 public in attendance to see—well mostly to see the Blue Angels perform. But not before the Blue Angels went to see Kevin J. Anderson…
Writers of the Future Contest Judge and author of over 140 books, 54 of which have been national or international bestsellers, Kevin J. Anderson is visiting the Barksdale AFB promoting Writers of the Future this weekend and signing books at the air show.
Take a good conspiracy theory and some intriguing historical research, add in a shot of psychological horror (can we call it tension?) and anything psychic, supernatural, paranormal, or just plain freaky … mix it up … make a few hundred interesting things happen …
Saturday is essentially a “Cavalcade of Stars.” For the winners, this means that today they don’t have to go anywhere except the classroom, but about every hour or so a new judge stops by to give them something new to think about (luckily, the brains of the winners are infinite storage cells for all the […]