The latest edition in the Writers of the Future anthology hit Publishers Weekly‘s Sci Fi bestseller list at #7 on their w/e July 6, 2015. This official makes all 13 of our published writer winners and 12 illustration winners national bestsellers!
Today we are spotlighting author Kary English, whose fantasy short story “Poseidon’s Eyes” is one of over a dozen award-winning titles in 2015 edition of Writers of the Future.
Read a Lot. Write a Lot. Submit a Lot. Repeat
This is the best advice I can give you. And as it is it, it is not my advice—it is from Sharon Joss, this year’s grand prize winner of the Writers of the Future Contest.
Dave Wolverton, also known as David Farland, is our Coordinating Judge and first reader, as is widely known. He is also the co-instructor in our annual writers workshop for winners of the Writer Contest. Dave’s career started in 1987 when he won the grand prize award in the…
Well, the annual awards event is over—by all consent, the best celebration we’ve had in our 31 years—and we have now had a whole week to get back to our normal functions.
So we thought . . .
On the evening of April 12th, science fiction and fantasy writers and illustrators from around the world turned their attention to the 2015 Writers and Illustrators of the Future Awards Ceremony to find out who would take home the grand prize. This year’s awards ceremony took place at the renown Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los […]
Nothing compares to seeing a book come off the press. Watching the machines print, stack, and cut, is a fascinating process. What takes that feeling to the next level is knowing it’s your book coming off that press. And that’s what the writers and illustrators experienced today at Bang Printing Press.
The writers reported to ASI at 9am this morning and hung out downstairs in the illustrator’s workshop room while the illustrators themselves took a tour of the L. Ron Hubbard Library and the Writers & Illustrators of the Future Hall upstairs.
Scott Parkin and Martin L. Shoemaker discussed last night’s homework about suspense and what made it different from simply having tension, which made an unusual segue into a secondary conversation of Scott’s lovely radio voice.
Day Two started out bright and early—we were set to meet at 9:00am in the lobby and I know the writers were all excited to be there because everyone was early. Dan Davis admitted he had arrived nearly an hour early. Tim Powers asked him why he would be so early.
Writers of the Future Workshop — Day 1: Writers of the Future offers winning writers a lot. Cash prize, free weeklong workshop, meeting bestselling writers who judge the contest, the gala event. When writers aspire to win Writers of the Future, they don’t think about the real prize. The real prize is the people…