Tag Archive for: Writers Contest

Dragon Art Inspiration for New Story

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 & […]

3rd Quarter Writers of the Future Winners

  Writers of the Future 3rd Quarter Winners, Finalists, Semi-Finalists and Honorable Mentions   Congratulations to you all! Winners: First Place – Jake Marley from California Second Place – Ville Merilainen from Finland Third Place – C.L. Kagmi from Michigan   Finalists: Scott Coon from California David Kavanaugh from New Mexico Deborah MacArthur from Florida […]

Day 6 – Writers of the Future Volume 32 Workshop

Day six began bright and early with an excellent talk by Dr. Doug Beason about handling science in fiction. He provided extensive resources for…

Day 5 – Writers of the Future Volume 32 Workshop

Workshop day five began with the writers gathering to critique the three 24-hour stories that they read the night before. Tim and Dave kicked everyone out who wasn’t a writer-winner to make sure the environment was as non-intimidating as possible. Once the critiques were through, the writers received a quick run-down on agents, and then […]

Day 4 – Writers of the Future Volume 32 Workshop

Day four began with the writers scrambling to finish their 24-hour stories before the final deadline at 4pm sharp…

Day 3 – Writers of the Future Volume 32 Workshop

Day three kicked off with the arrival of the illustrators at the Author Services building. After they received their tour, the writers and artists…

Recent survey shows WOTF provides hope for future

We recently did an online survey for our Writers of the Future newsletter and I thought I would share some of the results of that survey with you. The question: What is your favorite online newsletter? Yours. It gives me hope for the future. A single piece of appropriate advice or anecdote can brighten my […]