Every year the Writers of the Future workshop expands its horizons. It brings in NYT bestselling authors from around the world, hands out wonderful prizes, spends a full week training that year’s crop of up-and-comers, and then …
Today’s feature is on Auston Habershaw, one of the 13 winners in the newly released Writers of the Future Volume 31 published by Galaxy Press. Auston has a sense of humor—which is obvious to anyone who has read his blog or his award-winning story “A Revolutionary’s Guide to Practical Conjuration.” His story is set in […]
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…
C Stuart Hardwick was one of 12 winners in this year’s Writers of the Future Contest and was awarded at the L. Ron Hubbard Awards Ceremony at the Ebell Theatre of Los Angeles on April 13th. At the first meeting with judges Tim Powers, Dave Wolverton and Contest Director Joni Labaqui All winners were flown […]
The day had finally arrived when all winners would walk the red carpet, receive their award and deliver their speeches in front of over 1,200 attendees. They would find out who the grand prize winners were and all winners would take part in their first book signing. In the early afternoon the cameramen and TV […]
This years winning writers arrived in Los Angeles yesterday and had their first meeting with contest judge and instructor Tim Powers, and contest director Joni Labaqui. Stay tuned for an update on the winning illustrators who will be arriving to Los Angeles next! Meet the Writers of the Future Volume 30: