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Archive for the ‘SFWA Blog’ Category
Member News for Lilith Saintcrow, Marjorie M. Liu, Jon Armstrong, and N. K. Jemisin.
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware
One of many reasons I enjoy Twitter is that it’s relatively free of the spam that clogs other modes of online discourse. Oh, there’s the occasional author Twitspam (writers: Twitspamming is not, I repeat, N…
Resources and Member News for Ferrett Steinmetz, David Levine, Carrie Vaughn, Michael Cassutt, Lou Antonelli, Eugie Foster, Hilari Bell, Anna Elliott, Eilis O’Neal, Jamie Todd Rubin, and Cherie Priest.
My book has been pirated and shared already. I can’t stop that, and the methods necessary to create a pirate-free environment would transform the internet into something ugly and forbidding.
Cherie Priest was nominated for her novel Boneshaker. How long did it take you to write Boneshaker? When did you first get the idea? Could you tell us about the writing process? All in all, I guess it took about five months – at least for the first draft. The idea didn’t strike me like […]
Sometimes we forget to breathe when it comes to our creativity. By which I mean we are so busy creating and interacting with the world that we forget to pause, to be silent, to be alone. The imagination, the spark of all creativity, is a renewable resource, but it is not an inexhaustible resource.
Member News for Seanan McGuire, David Levine, Samuel Montgomery-Blinn, Shauna Roberts, An Owomoyela, Brad R. Torgersen, Deborah Walker, and Amal El-Mohtar.
Industry News, Resources, and Member News for Glenn Lewis Gillette, Pamela Taylor, Sarah Frost, Kyle Aisteach, Ada Milenkovic Brown, Matthew Bennardo, Sunny Moraine, Jamie Todd Rubin, Tobias Buckell, Andrew Mayer, Lena Coakley, Gayle Ann Williams, Jim C. Hines, Alethea Kontis, Marjorie Liu, Yasmine Galenorn, Jay Lake, Ken Scholes, Elizabeth Bear, Mary Robinette Kowal, Chris McKitterick, Seanan McGuire, Matthew Kressel, Stephanie Draven, and Jim Freund.
Gruber was living on dreams and precious else during those lean, dangerous years. He played hide and seek with his landlord until he could scrounge his rent, reduced his food budget by eating “automat” soup (a meal made of the free ketchup and crackers available at the automat, stirred in a bowl, with the hot water for tea to taste), and dropping off manuscripts on foot to avoid any postal costs.