Teacher created resources are essential to the teacher toolbox for English language arts, as experienced teachers know how to achieve the required skills.
I’m happy to announce that our book, “L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Vol 34,” the #1 bestselling sci-fi and fantasy short stories of the year, made it to BookAuthority’s Best New Short Stories Books.
L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34 debuts 12 new voices of creativity and diversity in science fiction and fantasy art.
A full spectrum of illustrations from around the world by the winners in the international Illustrators of the Future Contest.
Vida Cruz’s award-winning fantastic fiction is a deeply moving “Beauty & the Beast” tale based on Filipino folklore entitled “Odd and Ugly.”
L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34 debuts 12 new voices of creativity and diversity in science fiction and fantasy literature.
A full spectrum of short stories from techno-thrillers and Arabian Nights fantasy to humorous sarcasm and poetic inspiration.
Science fiction—earlier termed fantastic fiction and later speculative fiction for its probing multi-sided search of the world of “What If?”—has anticipated major developments in science and technology for decades.
New York Times bestselling author and Coordinating Judge for the Writers of the Future Contest Dave Farland gives tips on writing, taking up the subject of imagination and originality.
“On Writing Science Fiction” is an article by Dr. Yoji Kondo with tips on writing. It originally appeared in Writers of the Future Volume 14.
The judging results are in! And here are the winners for the Illustrators of the Future Contest – 3rd Quarter 2017
Frequently authors ask if I have a “form” that I used to help me critique a story. Given the large number of things that I look at in a story, any form that I had would simply be too long to be workable. Yet it makes sense to try to codify the critiquing process.