US, British, Chinese, and Canadian Writers and Illustrators are chosen to be published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 35.
L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Vol 34 honored as winner in the anthology category in a national book award contest.
Amy Henrie Gillett hopes to kindle people’s hearts and minds by contributing a little light to a world that sometimes seems so dark. And so the story of how “All Light and Darkness”—published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34—came to be as told by Amy.
There is no doubt the influence of Shakespeare on the English language and literature and that now includes science fiction. Case in point is N.R.M. Roshak’s story “A Bitter Thing,” which takes its title from Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.”
Vida Cruz’s award-winning fantastic fiction, is a deeply moving “Beauty & the Beast” tale based on Filipino folklore entitled “Odd and Ugly.”
Darci Stone is the 2018 Writers of the Future Contest grand price Golden Pen Award winner and in this article find out inspired her story and she did to win.
Sci-Fi and Fantasy author and editor Mike Resnick on how he pays forward, in more ways than one, to help the next generation of new writers.
This year’s Grand Prize Winners were presented at the 34th Annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement Awards for Writers and Illustrators of the Future Contests in Science Fiction and Fantasy held at The MacArthur in Los Angeles, California.
The judging results are in! And here are the 3rd Quarter 2017 Writers of the Future Contest winners.