Wendy Nikel is a speculative fiction author with a degree in elementary education, a fondness for road trips, and a terrible habit of forgetting where she’s left her cup of tea. Her short fiction has been published by Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, Daily Science Fiction, Nature: Futures, and elsewhere. Her time travel novella, The Continuum, is forthcoming from […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Wendy Nikel"
Jon Del Arroz is known as the leading Hispanic voice in Science Fiction, blogging about sci-fi, geek culture and free speech to more than 10,000 readers per week. His debut novel, Star Realms: Rescue Run is nominated for the Dragon Award for Best Military Science Fiction and his most recent book, For Steam And Country […]Read more "How I got into writing – by Jon Del Arroz"
I have been writing short stories and flash fiction for five years and submitting to competitions for four (ie since 2013). In that time I have had around 60 pieces published, and 30 pieces have won or been short listed (mainly the latter!) etc in competitions. Since 2014, I have been the Organiser/Director of Stroud […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with John Holland"
Helen Rye lives in Norwich, UK, where she shares a writing sofa with a six-year-old and a cat. She has won the Bath Flash Award, been nominated for Best Small Fictions and shortlisted for the Bridport Prize. Stories in or forthcoming in places including Flash Frontier, NFFD Anthology, Connotation Press. Twitter: @helenrye http://www.helenrye.com What got […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Helen Rye"
I’ve been writing as an attorney for some time, and I recently returned to creative writing. I’ll give you my perspective on both, as relevant. website: http://www.michaelcarter.ink email: email@example.com Twitter: @mcmichaelcarter What got you interested in writing? I read Frank Herbert’s Dune when I was in the fourth grade. It blew me away. Many of […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Michael Carter"
I was born in Oxford in 1955. My mother was a doctor and my father was a soil scientist (something which I always found a bit embarrassing: why couldn’t he have done a science with a proper name like Geology or Zoology?) I have lived in Bristol and North Wales but have spent most of […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Chris Beckett"
Britny Brooks writes and reads in Philadelphia. She is an editorial assistant at Running Press Books, the Head Serial Fiction Editor for Helios Quarterly, as well as a reader and reviewer for other online literary magazines. She had a dual MFA (in Fiction)/MA (in English), and her weird experimental stories have appeared or are forthcoming […]Read more "For the love of writing – an interview with Britny Brooks"