Tag: science fiction

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On Writing Spectacular Fiction

Writing speculative fiction, which broadly encompasses the fantasy, science fiction, and horror genres, comes with its own unique set of challenges not present in writing other genres. Now Write!: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror is a guide to creating spectacular fiction filled with the knowledge and advice of speculative fiction authors […]

The Definitive Guide to Building Your World

Create your own stellar setting for your science-fiction or fantasy story with these posts.

Introducing…The Trove

Hello there, fellow stellar writers. I hope you’re having an awesome Wednesday. I wanted to share a resource for speculative fiction writers that I’ve been working on recently: The Trove What’s The Trove, you might ask? Imagine if you could save time searching for writing and self-publishing resources because you have […]

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Creating Your Fantasy World

If you’re writing a speculative fiction story, creating a compelling setting can often be equally as important to the characters that populate your world. Whether you’ve already got the bare bones of your fictional setting laid out or need help fleshing out an idea into an intriguing locale, you can use these resources […]

A Science Fiction Double Feature!

Two excellent sci-fi reads I enjoyed this summer!

Book Review: INK: Red by Al K. Line

In a world gone to sleep, someone has to stay Awake.

Book Review: Help Fund My Robot Army!!!

What’s the strangest Kickstarter campaign you’ve ever heard of? Help Fund My Robot Army!!!, a unique speculative fiction anthology edited by John Joseph Adams, provides an imaginative takes on what would happen if this crowd-sourcing platform were injected with projects straight out of science-fiction and fantasy.

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Book Review: Machine of Death

What if you knew how you were going to die? Do you think you would be relieved or terrified, or some strange combination? The contributors of the Machine of Death, a speculative fiction anthology, tackle intriguing and varied answers to this very question.