Cliff’s viewpoint on the Contest is this: “Through this competition, L. Ron Hubbard’s great legacy of supporting young creative talents is without equal in the world today.”
When Tim Napper first got the call that he was a Writers of the Future winner, he actually argued with the person who was delivering the news—he refused to believe it!
Some of our new authors seem to create magic with their writing.
Now that the Writers of the Future Volume 31 has officially released, the newly published authors and artists are starting their in-store book signing tour.
Today is certainly a big day for all the Writers and Illustrators of the Future Winners who are published in the latest anthology, Volume 31, as it is now available everywhere fine books are sold.
The story, of course, isn’t about a real death god, but is inspired by Daniel’s pet dog.
Last night director and narrator Phil Proctor must have thought he was seeing double after the show when he was congratulated for another fine performance of “Dead Men Kill” at the L. Ron Hubbard Theatre.
Every year we publish the Writers of the Future anthology of winning stories. This is our 31st year and it seems that with each volume, the authors and illustrators are just better and better. This year is no exception.