Writer’s Craft #112 You Have To Be There

Widdershins was born in England, grew up in Australia, moved to Canada in 2004 and married the love of her life the same year. She is a writer and a shaman, a bicyclist and a feminist. She’s been an architect, a seamstress, an athlete, and a field hand. Writing is her passion and her profession,…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #112 You Have To Be There

Writer’s Craft # 111 Free-Fall Writing

Rahima Warren is the author of Dark Innocence, Book One of The Star-Seer’s Prophecy. She is a life-long lover of fantasy and sci fi, and always wondered how writers came up with these wonderful stories, never thinking she might become one of them. For 20 years, she was a licensed psychotherapist, but in 2000, a…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft # 111 Free-Fall Writing

Writer’s Craft # 110 Who’s Your Audience and Why Should You Care?

Nina Munteanu is a Canadian ecologist and novelist. She writes for several magazines and ezines and serves as editor for Europa SF, a site dedicated to the European science fiction community. Nina teaches writing online and coaches writers. Her writing guides The Fiction Writer and The Journal Writer were published in North America and abroad.…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft # 110 Who’s Your Audience and Why Should You Care?

Writer’s Craft #109 Finding Your Courage

Many of you know Canadian author and editor Julie E. Czerneda as the former biologist turned science fiction novelist published by DAW Books NY. You may have read her Clan Chronicles series, or be a fan of Mac or Esen from her other work. Maybe you’ve heard she’s an editor. Also true. This spring, however,…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #109 Finding Your Courage