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Find The Music In The Valleys
Guest post by Mark Cunningham Music is one of those things that writers have to decide. It’s kind of like Beatles or Stones. I am a music guy, that’s all there is to it. For the record I am listening … Continue reading
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What Is Cyberpunk?
Guest post by Alex Adsett Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science and is generally a style of writing and way of telling a story that is heavily influenced by the noir detective fiction of the forties. More than this, it … Continue reading
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Blogging for Art or Profit
Why don’t more writers’ festivals do in-session food? Philip Thiel handed out slices of pork terrine before his session at the Emerging Writers’ Festival and they were DELICIOUS – not least because I’d skipped lunch to talk to interesting new … Continue reading
Winner, ‘Earth’ Challenge, and More..
Congratulations to Robin Rhyner, winner of the ‘earth’ challenge with the reflective mystery of Tracery. Robin wins a copy of Self-Editing for Fiction Writers : How to Edit Yourself Into Print by Renni Browne and Dave King. Many thanks to all … Continue reading
Teens Don’t Like Vampires – Just Ask Cassandra Clare
Guest post by Vanessa Monaghan In 2004, Harry Potter still ruled the world of young adult fiction and publishing houses were cashing in. From Eragon to Inkheart, teens were devouring books about magic and not much else. In New York … Continue reading