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August 8th, 2011

Learn to Rite Good

The Clarion West writer's workshop in Seattle has announced its lineup of instructors for 2012.

I'm one of them.

Here's the scoop:

http://www.clarionwest.org/

The Clarion workshops are a sort of writer's boot camp. They're not for everyone -- the criticism can be intense -- but for those who are willing to live, eat, drink, and breathe SF and fantasy for a summer, there's no better training. Admission is pretty competitive as well. Many apply, few are chosen.

But over the decades Clarion and Clarion West have turned out more professional SF and fantasy writers than all the college creative writing programs in the country combined.

Scholarships are available for those who cannot afford the tuition.

Across the Atlantic Sea

From England, England hails this fellow, an ideal choice. He's been a madman, a nut, a spud, a martian, a king, and a slaver, he's gone up with a balloon and down with a ship. But why he is so sad when he's stroked so many women?

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  • 5 Mar 2018, 19:17
    Still working on that. When we have a final, I will share it.
  • 5 Mar 2018, 05:32
    All the Wild Cards books under Tor have had absolutely stellar covers. I'd frame them and hang them on my wall if I could.
  • 4 Mar 2018, 03:28
    Are all these examples digital artwork? It doesn't look like traditional oil on canvas. I miss the fantasy/sci-fi covers of the '70s and '80s. Even the paperbacks had amazing covers.
  • 3 Mar 2018, 17:49
    Whatever anyone can get their hands on is, I suspect, the right answer.

    At the last party, it was an open bar with pretty much everything you can imagine on offer. There were some special drinks as…
  • 3 Mar 2018, 00:07
    Any chance you could tell us who’s doing the cover art for Fire and Blood? And maybe when we can expect a glimpse of it. Thank you!
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