Award-winning science fiction and fantasy author, Nnedi Okorafor, looks at the question, “What is African Science Fiction?”
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Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware Because I don’t already have enough to do (ha!), I’ve just set up a Facebook page for Writer Beware. It’ll aggregate the content I’m posting around the Web–the blog posts here, my Twitterfeed, and info from various writers’ groups and discussion boards. Your comments, responses, and thoughts are […]
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware Today: the second of two guest posts on content mills. In this article originally published at The WM Freelance Writers Connection, writer Angela Atkinson takes a more positive view of content mills, arguing that they can be a good way for new writers to sharpen skills and build […]
Dr. Grasshopper explains how to construct believable doctor language for your invented diseases.
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Ken Altabef, Robert Mellette, Stephanie Dray, Euan Harvey, and Sherrilyn Kenyon!
A content mill, if you aren’t familiar with the term, is a website that aggregates huge numbers of articles on a constantly-updated basis, written by freelancers who are paid by page views or ad clicks rather than wages or fees.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) will honor Vonda N. McIntyre and Keith Stokes with SFWA Service Awards for 2010 during the Nebula Awards® Weekend May 13-16 in Coco Beach, Fla.
Resources, Industry News, and Member News for Michelle Knudsen, Seanan McGuire, Carrie Ryan, Cat Rambo, and Paolo Bacigalupi!
It’s tempting to label this essay as “Third World Science Fiction” but why limit it to the third world? One of the most pleasant surprises the Internet has brought about is the discovery that you’re not alone, especially when it comes to Science Fiction and its related genres (fantasy, interstitial fiction, slipstream, speculative fiction, etc.).
While SFWA members are considering the final ballot for the Nebula awards, don’t forget that there’s another deadline in the field. The deadline for sending in your Hugo Awards nomination ballot is Saturday, March 13, 2010 23:59 PST