Ever wonder where you can try to sell your Flash Fiction stories?
I check this guy out at least once a month.
Take a look…hope it helps:
Flash Markets Update-May 2014 « Flash Fiction Chronicles
via Flash Markets Update-May 2014 « Flash Fiction Chronicles.
Check out Timothy’s website – some great info, a possible resource to help writer’s polish their work and an interesting new launch of a daily audio program called Dream, Play, Write!
Check it out…
About | The Importance of Being Edited
via About | The Importance of Being Edited.
I love that someone is trying to bring back Amazing Stories. A legacy that would not be easy to live up to. But I look forward to anyone who is willing to help support the SciFi/Fantasy/Spec Fic genre by giving us another literary outlet.
Found this article I hope you will find useful.
WRITERS (new and old):
Remember that, as an author, your –
PLOT IS A PROMISE
and 9 other editorial pieces of advice.
Amazing Stories | Ten Things to Consider When Revising Your Novel – Amazing Stories
via Amazing Stories | Ten Things to Consider When Revising Your Novel – Amazing Stories.
The Workshop Lexicon
a guide (of sorts) for down-and-dirty hairy-knuckled sci-fi writers, the kind of ambitious subliterate guttersnipes who actually write and sell professional genre material.
Turkey City Lexicon – A Primer for SF Workshops | SFWA
via Turkey City Lexicon – A Primer for SF Workshops | SFWA.
Why Did my Story Get Rejected?
Marion Zimmer Bradley
via Why Did My Story Get Rejected?.
These folks are doing a great job keeping their dream of publishing an ezine alive.
In the day and age of so many small press zines going under or falling into the pit of apathy, it is nice to see someone doing something like this just for the sheer love of good story telling.
Help them out if you can. I don’t know them nor am I affliated in any way. I found them by accident but I respect and enjoy what they are doing.
Not only a potential market for my writing but a place to go and enjoy some free short fiction/poetry etc.
March 2014 — The Mermaid at Sea World: Fiction
via March 2014 — The Mermaid at Sea World: Fiction.
Blake Snyder’s Beat Sheet | Tim Stout
via Blake Snyder’s Beat Sheet | Tim Stout.
150+ Book Summer Giveaway Introduction! | Live To Read
via 150+ Book Summer Giveaway Introduction! | Live To Read.
Course Materials for the Study of Science Fiction
via Course Materials for the Study of Science Fiction.