by David Smith This is only a partial list of the terms we have found most useful in critiquing sf. The glossary is issued now and then … but it is a living document. Amendments are welcome. If you use additional terms, or have better examples than those listed here, please suggest them. Action outline […]
Joan Marie Verba has a physics degree, wrote novels Action Alert and Countdown to Action, nonfiction books Boldly Writing and Voyager: Exploring the Outer Planets.
Eileen Gunn is a Nebula-award-winning writer and the editor/publisher of the Infinite Matrix website. She serves on the board of Clarion West.
Mike Allen edits the anthology series Clockwork Phoenix and the poetry journal Mythic Delirium. His story “The Button Bin” is a 2008 Nebula Award nominee.
Alma Alexander is a Pacific Northwest fantasy author who writes for both adult and YA audiences. Her work has appeared in 13 languages worldwide to date.
Bud Sparhawk has sold about seventy science fiction stories and recently published one novel – VIXEN. He has been a three-time Nebula finalist for his novellas.
James David Audlin, author of The Circle of Life; novelist, poet, playwright; most fiction based on dreams. Ordained in several religions; multilingual; instrumentalist-composer; jamesdavidaudlin.com under construction.
Diane Turnshek is an astronomer who’s been published in Analog and elsewhere. She served as Eastern Regional Director and ran the 2007 Nebulas in NYC.
French-born Aliette de Bodard writes SF and fantasy in English–her second language. Her work has appeared in Interzone and other professional venues.
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Having written over 100 books, Alan Dean Foster has won awards in Russia, Spain and the U.S., and been translated into more than fifty languages.