2015 Writers and Illustrators of the Future Winners

Available Everywhere — Writers of the Future Volume 31

iters of the Future Volume 31 trade paperbackToday 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.

We have been publishing the anthology now for over three decades. And, every year, the writers and illustrators just get better and better. This year is no exception.

Here are the names of the new authors you want to keep tabs on as I predict that you will see them soon on the covers of bestselling books:

Sharon Joss, this year’s Golden Pen Award winner and author of “Stars That Make Dark Heaven Light” and artist Choong Yoon.

Michael T. Banker, author of “Wisteria Melancholy” and Golden Brush Award winning artist Michelle Lockamy.

Krystal Claxton, author of “Planar Ghosts” and artist Amit Dutta.

Daniel J. Davis, author of “The God Whisperer” and artist Alex Brock.

Kary English, author of “Poseidon’s Eyes” and artist Megen Nelson.

Auston Habershaw, author of “A Revolutionary’s Guide to Practical Conjuration” and artist Shuangjian Liu.

Amy M. Hughes, author of “The Graver” and artist Taylor Payton.

Samantha Murray, author of “Half Past” and artist Megan Kelchner

Tim Napper, author of “Twelve Minutes to Vinh Quang” and artist Quinlan Septer.

Steve Pantazis, author of “Switch” and artist Daniel Tyka.

Scott R. Parkin, author of “Purposes Made for Alien Minds” and artist Emily Siu.

Martin L. Shoemaker, author of “Unrefined” and artist Tung Chi Lee.

And, Zach Chapman, published finalist, author of “Between Screens” and artist Trevor Smith (last year’s Golden Brush Award winner).

As Writers of the Future Contest judge Orson Scott Card put it, “The book you are holding in your hands is our first sight of the next generation of science fiction and fantasy writers.”

Get your copy of the book, read these stories so that you can tell your friends you discovered them first in the pages of Writers of the Future Volume 31.


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