The Advent of Hegira. There are many who seek to take control of Hegira, but to rule this great ship, one must control her pilot.
This Community is a place where all writers of science fiction and fantasy, from brand new to published authors, can come together to share trials and triumphs in developing new worlds, human and nonhuman characters, and stories large and small.
In the various writer’s groups I’m a part of, the question of genre definition comes up at least once a week in some form. Often, that’s a question of defining speculative fiction. Books shelved as speculative-fiction: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, by George Orwell, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Oryx and Crake.
Did you know there are some great Indigenous speculative fiction authors out there that you many not have read yet? LeVar Burton Reads I have the distinct and mind-blowing honor of having LeVar Burton (yes, THE LeVar Burton) read my story story, “Welcome.
A graduate of the Viable Paradise writer’s workshop, Aimee writes about living tattoos, sentient golems, and beheaded saints. She has also narrated audiobooks for indie authors and for the SFF short fiction podcast PodCastle. Grand prize includes the top 3 mystery & thriller ebooks at the time of the giveaway, plus thrillers donated by the awesome authors sponsoring this event! One lucky runner-up will receive a $25 Amazon gift card.
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K. A. Tutin is a speculative fiction writer. Her stories have appeared in Flash Fiction Magazine and Body Parts Magazine, and she hopes to have more publications soon. She is queer and anxious. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys gaming, reading, cussing, and wearing denim jackets. Brimming with Book Reviews, Ideas on How to Crowdfund Your Novel, Doodles and Strange Fiction, just jump into Eli Allison's website.