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Fantasy and science fiction author and editor Philip Athans shares his ex..
Genre authors have one enemy in common as it is boredom. Our number one goal, our Prime Directive, our First Commandment, our first ..read more
Hey, Objectivists, see what I did there? I’ve been seeing so-called “shelfies” all over social media for a while now, and have even ..read more
For the first time ever, I’m turning Fantasy Author’s Handbook over to another author, and one who’s been dead for almost eighty- ..read more
I have file after file on my computer of story ideas, the beginnings of stories, notes for stories and novels… Please tell me you’re ..read more
Sure, why not? Fanny Ellsworth, editor of Ranch Romances was quoted in “Magazine Editor Warns Against Loss of Originality”: Do you put ..read more
Well, we’ve done it. We’ve made it to the end of our months-long exploration of the January 1925 issue of Weird Tales  with the short ..read more
Adam Bassett began his Worldbuilding Magazine article “Naming people: Creating New Naming Customs” with: “Names have value. Aside ..read more
I’ve been seeing this weird thing again lately: I stop reading when I’m writing because I don’t want to be influenced by another ..read more
And finally our exploration of the January 1925 issue of Weird Tales has brought us to the magazine’s most famous (some will say ..read more
Let’s start with an often used (because it’s so great) example from the best known practitioner of “too weird to describe,” H.P. ..read more

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