Last week, our own “Tax Czarina” discussed some basic tax issues writers face. This week’s Q&A, focuses on bartering.
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The application period for “The Schrödinger Sessions: Science for Science Fiction” is open now through March 20.
What are the ways SFWA can help a member promote their book?
SFWA has launched its Speaker’s Bureau. The Speaker’s Bureau connects organizers, librarians, and other individuals with SFWA members interested in participating in talks, workshops, conferences, or other opportunities.
Each week, for the next month, the SFWA Blog will feature FAQ’s related to taxes and writing. Our own “Tax Czarina” will answer some.
The Alpha SF/F/H Workshop For Young Writers is running a scholarship drive February 16-23. Make a tax-deductible donation to change a teen writer’s life.
by Yoon Ha Lee
I used to say that I learned most of what I knew about writing from Jon Gindick’s “Country and Blues Harmonica for the Musically Hopeless.” While not quite true, I do find it useful to apply principles from music and musical composition to writing fiction.
Is there a teen in your life who loves spaceships and shapeshifters? Do they stay up until three in the morning crafting elaborate tales of magic, murder, and missions to Mars? The Alpha Workshop for Young Writers might just be the place for them.
by Luna Lindsey
A lot of authors hate writing “bios.” We can crank out a 100,000 word novel no problem, but a 100 word bio for the back cover? Terrifying.
by Theodora Goss I’ve been thinking about this issue a lot. Several days ago, I posted the following: 1. Guilt and shame are the enemies of the artist. 2. Guilt is when you feel as though your time should be spent doing something else, for someone else. 3. Shame is when you think what you’re producing […]