The following is the beginning of a series of posts by Clarion alumni, talking about what Clarion means to them. The application period for the 2012 Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers’ Workshop at UC San Diego officially opened on December 1, and will remain open until March 1. If you’ve been thinking about applying,…… Continue reading In Their Own Words: Clarion And You, by Brooke Bolander
James Pailly used to work in film and theatre and now works in television news. He’s been a writer, director, and occasionally—often unwillingly—an actor. His current project, The Tomorrow News Network, is a series of short stories which will appear at tomorrownewsnetwork.com starting January 9th. You can also visit his blog at planetpailly.wordpress.com. I was…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #54 – Borrowed from Acting
Due to a pregnancy and other big life changes this year, I’ve called in a fellow Clarion grad and experienced blogmaster, Adam Israel (’10), to step up and serve as the blog’s administrator for the time being. For now he is going to serve as the blog’s sole administrator; in time we may co-administrate to…… Continue reading Welcome Adam!
Lillian Cohen-Moore is a multiracial Jewish writer and journalist based out of Seattle, Washington. Her speculative fiction has been published by 365 tomorrows, Timid Pirate Publishing, The Edge of Propinquity, White Cat Magazine and The Irish Times. She currently writes for Another Passion, a Seattle publication for creative professionals. When she isn’t compulsively interviewing people,…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #53 – The Inside Job