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 […]
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by Leo Babauta
I deal every day with questions about how to stay motivated, how to stay on track, how to be excited about what I’m doing, how to stay grounded and balanced. Do you face these same issues?
By Cat Rambo
Some thoughts about the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) in 2015, and what I hope to witness for the organization in 2016…
Odyssey is for writers whose work is approaching publication quality and for published writers who want to improve their work. The six-week program combines an advanced curriculum with extensive writing and in-depth feedback on student manuscripts.
by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
There are lots of reasons to submit to publications in non-English speaking countries. Let me start of with a dose of honesty: money isn’t one of them. And yet, they are one of my favourite markets to tackle.
Update: Time is running out! The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America is pleased to announce that Humble Bundle supports SFWA’s Givers Fund in their newest Book Bundle. The bundle is available until December 9th, 2015. Titles include: Ad Astra: The 50th Anniversary SFWA Cookbook Warrior Women The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2015 Witches: Wicked, […]
by Tobias S. Buckell
Today, while waiting for my new office chair to be delivered, I asked followers at Twitter to send me some questions. In response, someone tweeted: “When to trunk and when to keep rewriting?”
The SFWA Bulletin Editor is the official publisher of SFWA’s key outward-facing magazine.
The Sunburst Awards, an annual celebration of excellence in Canadian fantastic literature, announces that its 2016 call for submissions is now open.
News from Orycon: The final collection of stories by the late Portland writer, Jay Lake, “Last Plane to Heaven,” (Tor) won the 2015 Endeavour Award Friday night at OryCon, Oregon’s major science fiction convention. The 2015 Award is the 16th Endeavour Award. Lake died in June 2014 following a fight with cancer. The Award comes with an […]