Short Story Market and Race

Last week, someone started a discussion thread over on SFFWorld.com about short story markets. The original poster felt, or implied, that inclusiveness (representing different voices, as in, non-white voices) might be heralding the demise of the science fiction/fantasy/horror short story fiction market. Further, he thought most editors out there wouldn’t be interested in his stories … More Short Story Market and Race

Are you writer fit?

The other day, I was perusing the internet, as one is wont to do, and I came across something interesting on Julie Czerneda’s website. Ms. Czerneda is an award-winning science fiction/fantasy author. I’ve only read one of her works, In The Company of Others, which I enjoyed, but I didn’t like it enough to read … More Are you writer fit?

Wars to End All Wars

It’s out! Don’t worry. This will be the last you’ll read of our little anthology. Well, at least on this blog. I’ll get back to my regular programming next week. Until then, why not read Wars to End All Wars? Alternate tales set during the first World War, this short story collection takes history and … More Wars to End All Wars

Challenges aglore

Howdy Folks, It has been quiet in my neck of the cyber-woods lately. And it will likely be quieter for the remainder of April. I have a few pre-planned posts that will go up later this week, but otherwise, I will not be around. If you are sitting there completely bummed out about that and … More Challenges aglore

Writing Contest!

For all you Mark Lawrence fans out there, Bloody Cake News is having a little writing contest. The prize is an advanced reader’s copy of Mark Lawrence’s Prince of Fools (due out in June). Read the details here, then hop over to their submittal page and write your 300 word epic. My story is up … More Writing Contest!