Nerine Dorman laments that best of SFF lists often exclude many female writers, and suggests a range of other names to read
Writing science fiction means speculating and dreaming up other possibilities and worlds. Read ideas from eight titans of the genre to make your SF soar to the stars.
World building questions help us think deeper about place and the many layered details that make up worlds and civilizations. Explore 300 prompts in thirty categories.
These tips on writing science fiction from essays and interviews with sci-fi authors will help you develop your speculative fiction writing craft.
Indie author and corporate blockchain educator Kate Baucherel shares insights on writing future technology books. Learn more about writing tech fiction vs non-fiction, being accessible on technological subjects, and more.
This week we’ve put together an A to Z of our favorite authors’ helpful writing quotes, categorized by subject from ‘anti-hero’ to ‘YA’. Use the links below to jump to your favorite section. Share on social media and let us know in the comments section which are your favorites:
The imagining of possible worlds is the staple of science fiction. Here are 43 must-visit sci-fi websites for writers:
The difference between the fantasy and science fiction genres hasn’t always been an issue. However, there are a few key differences in the genres that can help us to separate one type of book from the other in the ‘science fiction vs fantasy’ debate.