The Art of Writing, Publishing, and Taming Dragons
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors’ Blog
Five examples of well-written pitches and five things I look for in a Twitter pitch.
Whether magic has detailed rules or its source is a mystery, the way it impacts the world is fascinating to explore.
It’s not that these story ideas are bad. They’ve just been done before, and we frequently see pitches featuring these ideas.
Here are some of our favourite podcasts that can encourage you, give you insight into authorship, and help you worldbuild.
One of the reasons dialogue writing is tricky? It’s not written like normal speech.
Not everyone can be J.R.R. Tolkien with “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit,” after all.
This may require some reflection on the content you’ve produced in the past year and accepting constructive criticism from other writers.
While we are not practiced at divination, below are some trends we think could pop up in 2019 and would love to see in our …
It’s tempting to hum and haw and mumble a mediocre response when someone asks you what your book’s about.
This one little page of information is as crucial as the thousands of words you spent months painstakingly crafting.
What does “Show, don’t tell” even mean? How can we learn from authors who are pros at writing sensory imagery?
Announcing the launch of a new indie press dedicated to publishing science fiction, fantasy, and related nonfiction!