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Happy Easter! and To Prologue Or Not To Prologue...

I hope you all had (or are having) a restful long weekend (hopefully getting plenty of writing done), and have resisted the urge to indulge in a little too much chocolate =) 591 more words

Fantasy Fiction

Nebula Award Nominees Announced

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America have announced the list of nominees for the 2015 Nebula Awards.

Source: Nebula Award Nominees Announced


Put These Short Stories on Your Short List of Things to Read

I love short stories, and I’m always interested in those that are nominated for key awards, like the Nebula Award, which is presented by the… 517 more words

Science Fiction

Trivia: A Look At The Nebula Awards


Here is everything you ever wanted to know about America’s most prestigious science fiction and fantasy award, but didn’t think to ask. 465 more words


Surprise! Women dominate science fiction awards despite sad attempt by voters to game the system

The most prestigious prize for works of Science Fiction and Fantasy is making history this year. Women won big at the Hugo Awards–despite the attempts of two loosely organized groups attempting to ensure wins exclusively for white, male creators in some kind of misguided attempt to give political meaning to their lives. 662 more words


Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America

As of yesterday, I am now an Active Member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, the professional association of those people who have proved to the organization that they have sold works of SF or Fantasy in the English language to real writers’ markets (or to the public at large) and have received substantial payment for their work.   85 more words

Man Of War Series

Inaccessible Writing: The Origin Story of Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula K. Le Guin was born Ursula Kroeber on October 21st, 1929. She was the youngest child of anthropologists Alfred L. Kroeber and Theodora Kroeber. She grew up in Berkeley, California—where her father was a professor at the University of California. 509 more words