This magazine seeks diverse voices, resilient writers, and transformative content.
“I communicate through story. While I don’t always identify myself as a writer, I always identify myself as a storyteller.”
This historic magazine puts the science in sci-fi.
Six hundred mystery writers gather each spring to talk about craft – and murder.
Trapped in the middle of your manuscript? Here’s how to move forward.
The blessings and perils of writing autobiographical fiction.
Read the first-place winner of our “Let There Be Light” short story contest.
This lit journal seeks sparkling writing, evocative storytelling, and well-developed characters – all in less than 1,000 words.
Follow these steps to hone your skills and write short stories like Raymond Carver.
Authors are becoming increasingly concerned about the state of our planet – and what we can do about it. Enter cli-fi, a new genre that deals with climate change and global warming on both a modern and future scale.