Market Insights: Douglas Cohen, Realms of Fantasy

It’s been an interesting couple of years for Realms of Fantasy.  The magazine was launched with the October 1994 issue and never missed a single issue in its publication table for almost fifteen years.  Now in the last two years the magazine has been cancelled twice and come back twice under new ownership. As most…… Continue reading Market Insights: Douglas Cohen, Realms of Fantasy

Guest Blog from Scott H. Andrews: “Literary Adventure Fantasy”

We continue our series of mid-month guest blogs from the SF&F marketplace with a look into the newest SFWA-qualifying short fiction market, Beneath Ceaseless Skies.  If you’re just now tuning in, and missed our visits from agents Matt Bialer and Russell Galen, you may wish to go back and check them out.  Next month: Joshua…… Continue reading Guest Blog from Scott H. Andrews: “Literary Adventure Fantasy”

Guest Blog from Russell Galen: Meta-Series

It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good.  Who has benefited from the typhoons and twisters of the last few years in publishing? Series authors are one example. Series are among the few types of fiction that have actually sold better since the big downturn that began in 2008. Series aren’t affected by the…… Continue reading Guest Blog from Russell Galen: Meta-Series

Guest blog from Matt Bialer, Literary Agent, Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

I am delighted and honored the write the first guest blog for Clarion!   I don’t think I have written a blog before, so this is fun.   I also feel like since it is “a blog” and not something more formal, I can just ramble on about whatever is on my mind. I have been in…… Continue reading Guest blog from Matt Bialer, Literary Agent, Sanford J. Greenburger Associates