Helpful tips for new writers to avoid scams in the publishing world.
Archive for the ‘Advice for New Writers’ Category
An article on getting science right in SF stories.
An article by Douglas Smith on selling to foreign short fiction markets.
Eight essential questions answered by the pros for beginning writers.
A comprehensive bibliography about the best books on the market to hone your writing talent.
Lynn Flewelling writes on the basics of query letters.
Article by Melisa Michaels on how to build a writing career.
An anti-scam handout by A. C. Crispin
Writerisms describes overused and misused language. In more direct words: find ’em, root ’em out, and look at your prose without the underbrush.
The question arises from time to time, “Should I put SFWA member on my cover letter.” Here are what some editors had to say about that from an article in 1998. Gardner Dozois says, “I take membership in a professional organization like SFWA or HWA as an indication that I should pay more attention to […]