It was 2009 when I first entered the Writers of the Future (WotF) Contest with my short story, “Apostate,” a tale that takes place, interestingly enough, in the same universe as my winning story, “Switch.”
Rob Prior, best known for his art provided for Spawn, Heavy Metal comics and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as well as his rare ability of painting with both hands at the same time.
Ask a number of book readers why they read and you will inevitably get a variety of answers. So recently we did just that.
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 past weekend we attended Comic-Con in San Diego and as always everyone had a great time.
The Winner Twins, Brittany and Brianna, multiple award-winning, national bestselling sci-fi authors, script writers, and producers,
The first Writers of the Future Awards ceremony took place at the famous Chasen’s restaurant in Beverly Hills, California on February 6, 1985.
What, you may ask, does tennis have to do with writing?
This is my first post on Writers of the Future Volume 32, a title which is releasing next June, 2016. So why the post?