WRITERS OF THE FUTURE WORKSHOP


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Writing Workshop based on the famed Writers of the Future Annual Winners Workshop now available for any and all aspiring writers! Seating is limited. August 29–30th 2015.

“This gave me the confidence that I could actually write a novel
that would sell.”

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NATIONAL BESTSELLER — AWARD-WINNING SCI FI & FANTASY


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From Alien Invasion to Alternate History, from Cyberpunk to Comic Fantasy to Post-apocalyptic Worlds, these are the winning writers who have mastered every version and vision of Sci Fi and Fantasy.

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The world is in the throes of economic decay and at the mercy of terrorists. Across this post-apocalyptic landscape marches one extraordinary soldier and his band of brothers. In a novel as disturbingly plausible as it is powerfully gripping, they are headed into a battle in which they will have to come to grips with the power of technology and the true price of freedom.

“As perfect a piece of science fiction as has ever been written.” —Robert Heinlein

NEWS AND EVENTS

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    From Stray Dog to Bestseller

    Zu’ar is the antagonist in my short story “The God Whisperer.” He’s violent. He’s territorial. He displays aggression towards other gods, and he shows open contempt for the “man” of his house. He’s also a former stray, in desperate need of a caring home.

  • Steve Pantazis, national bestselling author

    The Win

    It was 2009 when I first entered the Writers of the Future (WotF) Contest with my short story, “Apostate,” a tale that takes place, interestingly enough, in the same universe as my winning story, “Switch.” I told the fellow writers of my critique group, “This is the story that’s going to win,” and I believed it.


“Lurking, that lovely spring day, in the office of Dr. Chalmers, Atworthy College Medical Clinic, there might have been two small spirits of the air, pressed back into the dark shadow behind the door, avoiding as far as possible the warm sunlight which fell gently upon the rug.”

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