Writers of the Future announced a free online creative writing workshop with New York Times bestselling authors resulting in over 1,000 people signing up in the first 72 hours from over a dozen countries. Sci Fi Magazine Announcement The online writing workshop launch coincided with the Summer 2020 edition of Sci Fi Magazine where editor […]
Get a glimpse of the exclusive Writers of the Future workshop—one of the most intensive boot camps for new writers, delivered by Science Fiction masters.
35th Annual Writers and Illustrators of the Future Week: Writers’ Day 7 and Artists’ Day 6 is the gala awards event.
35th Annual Writers and Illustrators of the Future Week: Writers Workshop Day 3 and Art Workshop Day 2.
The 35th Annual Writers and Illustrators of the Future Week: It’s Day 2 of the Writers Workshop and Day 1 of the Art Workshop.
The 2019 Writers & Illustrators of the Future Workshops have officially begun.
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.
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.
I have talked about some of the most frequent problems that I see when judging for the Writers of the Future Contest, and today I’m going to tackle one of the biggest: the problem with “told” stories.
In 2006, Writers of the Future judge Orson Scott Card addressed a very simple if not vital question which was published in Writers of the Future Volume 22.
These aren’t the best of times for science fiction.