Writers’s Craft # 96 – Some idea myths

A science-fiction lover since childhood, Michèle Laframboise juggles her time between drawing comics, writing stories and caring for her family. With her scientific background, she elaborates intricate plots filled with sense of wonder, poetry and adventure. Three of her novels received literary awards. She lives in Mississauga, Ontario. The myth Many people who aspire to…… Continue reading Writers’s Craft # 96 – Some idea myths

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Writer’s Craft # 95 – When it Comes to Sex in Literature, I’m Not a Prude, But…

Ira Nayman is a Canadian political and social satirist whose Web site, Les Pages aux Folles, just turned 10. That’s not the funny part. He has three collections of humourous speculative fiction journalism in print and a novel – Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the Inconvenience) – coming out March, 2013 from Elsewhen Press.…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft # 95 – When it Comes to Sex in Literature, I’m Not a Prude, But…

Writer’s Craft #94 – Out of Time

Suzanne writes speculative fiction and poetry from her home in Massachusetts, where she lives with her husband, two kids, and two mischievous black cats. She is currently writing a novel about the teenaged embodiment of the Goddess Kwan Yin. Find links to her published works, notes from the trenches, or snippets from the dark recesses…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #94 – Out of Time

Writer’s Craft #93 Sex in the Skiffy

Justine Graykin is a writer and free-lance philosopher sustained by her deep, abiding faith in Science and Humanity — well, Science, anyway –- and the belief that humor is the best anti-gravity device. Find her work and bloggings at justinegraykin.com I am reading Mary Doria Russell’s SciFi novel The Sparrow, and came across a brief…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #93 Sex in the Skiffy

Writer’s Craft #92 – Three Ways to End a Horror Story

Rayne Hall is professional writer and editor. She has had over 30 books published under several pen names, in several genres (mostly fantasy, horror and non-fiction), in several languages (mostly English, German, Polish and Chinese), by several publishers, under several pen names. For books currently published under the pen name Rayne Hall, see http://www.amazon.com/Rayne-Hall/e/B006BSJ5BK She…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #92 – Three Ways to End a Horror Story