Archive > January 2012

Writing Workshops for Everyone

So…workshops. As a writer, you hear a lot about them, especially the big, flashy ones: Clarion, Clarion West, Odyssey, Taos (see John Joseph Adam’s recent guest post for a complete listing). You start to wonder if they might be of some benefit to you; might take your writing to the next level, allow you to […]

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Guest Post: I’ve finished writing my first novel. What the hell do I do next? By Steven James Scearce.

Steven James Scearce is the creator of the speculative science fiction web series Unknown Transmission. His printed work appears in a number of anthologies including Rigor Amortis, Cthulhurotica and In Situ. Mr. Scearce has just completed work on his first novel-length manuscript, a supernatural horror story called Cottonwood. He is a web marketing professional who […]

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Guest post from John Joseph Adams: Basic Training for Writers

Happy New Year from the Inkpunks! If one of your resolutions was to improve your writing this year, we’d like to help you keep it! Throughout January we’ll be talking about workshops–from epic-length workshops like Clarion to weekend regional retreats–and we’ll talk about some alternatives for those who can’t (or just don’t want to!) attend […]

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