Literature is all about metaphors–analogies. One thing is like another. Much of literature works by saying, “This thing is like this other thing.” In secondary world stories, how do you handle metaphors?
@mercedesmy Here's the list of SFWA short fiction markets. http://is.gd/5Kotb in reply to mercedesmy # @mercedesmy No problem! Good luck with the contest. in reply to mercedesmy # Welcome to SFWA's newest Active member Erin Cashier! You can read one of her qualifying stories: http://is.gd/5KrDK #
To answer a FAQ: Yes, any story with Beneath Ceaseless Skies counts toward SFWA membership, not just future sales. # SFWA member @jenniferbrozek has been nominated in the Preditors & Editors Reader's Poll – http://bit.ly/5uGtDG # @tinaconnolly Congratulations! That's awesome news. in reply to tinaconnolly # Congratulations to Saladin Ahmed who upgraded to Active with […]
Member news for Jennifer Brozek, Saladin Ahmed, Tina Connolly, John Deakins, Kassidy Jack Kabza, and Nalo Hopkinson!
Today the board of directors of SFWA unanimously voted to add Beneath Ceaseless Skies to the list of SFWA qualifying markets. This online magazine publishes literary adventure fantasy set in secondary worlds. Issues come out bi-weekly with two stories per issue.
Welcome to SFWA's first Active member of 2010 John Deakins, author of "Barrow." Happy New Year! # Welcome to SFWA's 1st Associate member of 2010, Kassidy Jack Kabza. Read his qualifying story "Billions of Stars" http://is.gd/5Jbwx #
SFWA member @nalohopkinson offers writing mentorships in 2010. http://is.gd/5HYoO #
Longtime review and news site IROSF announced today that they would be shutting down in February.
Beginning February 2010: One on One Advanced Level Fiction Writing Mentorships in the Literature of the Fantastic (fantasy, science fiction, magical realism, etc.)
Resources and Member News for Matthew Johnson and Beth Cato!