The Art of Writing, Publishing, and Taming Dragons
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors’ Blog
Machines capable of thinking and acting like humans. Robots with souls. Do they take over the world and attempt to destroy humanity? Are they depressed …
Prophecy can come in many different forms, such as vague notions of the future, riddles, or explicit visions of what is to come.
Canadian fantasy just got a lot darker. Written by Alberta-born Shelly Campbell, this grimdark novel releases today!
What is a comp title? How do you pick an accurate one for your novel? What comp titles would Mythos & Ink’s editor like to …
Fantasy author Shelly Campbell joins the wayfarers to talk about her upcoming book, Under the Lesser Moon, and dragons!
So many women, myself included, are tired of seeing their beloved female characters abused again and again and again.
In this episode, the podcast hosts find themselves in the Time Traveler’s Tiki Lounge, sharing stories about time loops, distortions, and paradoxes.
Participating in NaNoWriMo next month? We’ve got some resources to help you succeed!
Myth—a story that explains how your world came into being and includes fables, folktales, sagas, epics, and legends.
This article is from Mythos & Ink’s upcoming anthology, Always Look Up (and Other Wisdom from Geek Culture that Changed My Life).
The most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner: National Novel Writing Month! Here’s how you can prepare.
Novel structure is important to know about because it keeps readers turning pages.