This special issue, focusing on fandom/fan art/fiction/poetry, is absolutely incredible, and full of amazing articles, stories and poetry! I highly, really recommend checking it out, and don’t think you’ll be disappointed
Mine are “One Thousand Years” and “Changelings,” about Disney’s GARGOYLES and the ANIMORPHS book series, respectively. It felt so good to write about them, and having published fan-poetry is kind of a dream come true. I also wrote blog posts explaining the poems, and those should go up on the magazine’s site soon!
You asked your burning questions in the faintest of night-whispers, and we’ve summoned the answers from the depths of the beyond. Here’s all the #creepy fun factoids on your favorite #horror, straight to your brain-box from the finest seers, oracles, sooth-sayers, and totally tuned-in ghost-vibes.
From awesome author/interviewer Dianna Gunn:
Today I am beyond thrilled to introduce RoAnna Sylver, author of Chameleon Moon, the first novel in a series that blends fantasy and science fiction. She’s been generous enough to share how Chameleon Moon came to be, so please give her a warm welcome! Blurb for Chameleon Moon: The city of Parole is burning. Like Venice slips into …
Okay, times are scary as hell. So I’ve been thinking hard about what I could possibly offer everyone in this trying time – and at first I didn’t know, because I’m an artist/writer/chronically ill nerd, and often, that feels like sitting around doing Nothing Practical While The World Burns. But then, ah-dunk! I actually do… Continue reading If I Have Not Screamed Today About The Wonders Of Patreon, I Have Not Been Doing My Job Right: A Semi-Definitive Guide by Sylver
This is the first time I’ve done anything like this, so if anyone has suggestions (or if I’ve done something wrong), I’m very open and will correct! As far as I know, my written work is eligible for the 2016 submission periods for the Hugo Awards for Best Novel, Novelette, and Short Story, and Best Related Work categories, as… Continue reading A Post of 2016 Awards-Eligible Works
Excerpt: Even when [marginalized people are] writing our own stories. We get hit with the “unrealistic” criticism. Because marginalized people existing and doing heroic things is just hard to believe, even if it’s just one, but especially if it’s two or more. That’s just outside the realm of possibility. And if you’re a marginalized author writing any of the above… well, you should really just rein it in, tone it down, and write something a little more… believable.
You know, like dragons or starships with Warp Drive.
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