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  1. Writing Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: How to Create Successful Work for Publication (Successful Writing) by Christopher Kenworthy, 1997-06
  2. How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy and Science Fiction
  3. Why Should I Cut Your Throat? Excursions Into the Worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror.(Book review): An article from: Extrapolation by John Langan, 2006-06-22
  4. AB Bookman's Weekly October 20 1997 Sp[ecial Issue on Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror * The Career & Writings of Avram Davidson by AB Bookman Weekly, 1997
  5. Writing Horror and the Body: The Fiction of Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Anne Rice (Contributions to the Study of Popular Culture) by Linda Badley, 1996-06-30
  6. Bloodscripts: Writing the Violent Subject (The Theory and Interpretation of Narrative Series) by Elana Gomel, 2003-10
  7. Dreaming Down-Under
  8. *OP Bending the Landscape: Fantasy (Bending the Landscape)
  9. Demon in My View (Laurel-Leaf Books) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, 2001-09-11
  10. Shattered Mirror by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, 2001-09-11
  11. In the Forests of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, 1999-05-11

1. The SF Site The Best In Science Fiction And Fantasy
The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens edited by Jane Yolen and Patrick of the stories are based on Verne's writing, although a

2. SFF Net
The premiere site for authors and readers discussing all varieties of genre literature; from science fiction, fantasy and horror to romance, mystery

3. The Market List - A Writers Market Resource For Genre Fiction

4. Speculations For Writers Who Want To Be Read
The online manifestation of an award winning electronic magazine called Speculations, which reports on SF/F/Horror markets including response times

5. Critters Writers' Workshop
an online workshop/critique group for serious writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. Need resources on critiquing, writing or SF?

6. Articles - Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Writing
Articles about writing, science fiction and fantasy in general.

7. Sharan's Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror/Writing/Publishi
SF F/Horror/Writing/Publishing. Believe it or not, the best place for these things is still the Science Fiction Round Table on Genie.

8. Ralan's Webstravaganza -
've been writing speculative fiction humor most of my life. My work is pretty varied.

9. Resources For Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror
07.28.05 WRITING GENRE FICTION a Salon with Mary SanGiovanni. Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction and other genre writing allows tremendous

10. Online Writing Workshop For SF, Fantasy & Horror: Become A Better Writer!
Online workshop, open to all writers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.Run by Online writing Workshops.
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11. Speculative Fiction For The Web
science fiction, fantasy and horror stories, reviews, previews, quotes on writing, life and the writing life.
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12. Online Writing Workshops: Workshops For Aspiring Writers!
Webbased peer-review writing workshops for aspiring writers in various genres science fiction, fantasy, horror, romance.
Online Writing Workshops are virtual writers' communities in which writers can get feedback on their works in progress, improve their writing through critiquing others, and meet fellow aspiring writers. Submissions are easy to make through a simple Web-based interface and are posted instantly for others' feedback. Reviews and ratings are provided by other members of the workshops and overseen by administrative staff from the publishing industry. Each month, the editorial staff picks a small number of submissions as Editor's Choices, provides the authors with feedback and comments, and publishes them in the workshop's e-mail newsletter. A discussion mailing list is also available for workshop members to use in order to exchange tips, discuss reviews, and get to know each other. For a serious aspiring writer, the workshop can be invaluable. We know because our members tell us so! HOME SPONSORSHIPS ABOUT US

13. Science Fiction & Fantasy
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GETTING STARTED AUTHOR'S BOOKSHELF WRITERS WANTED ... Links Imagination's Edge - by Paula Fleming August 2005: Lust in SF/Fantasy: How Much of a Good Thing Is Still Good? Column Archives Articles A Basic Guide to Horror - Paula Guran The Care and Feeding of Fictional Horses , by Mary K. Wilson Creating a Realistic Fantasy World - Penny Ehrenkranz No Bones About It: How To Write Today's Horror, Part I: The Seeds of Horror - David Taylor No Bones About It: How To Write Today's Horror, Part II: What Readers Want - David Taylor No Bones About It: How To Write Today's Horror, Part III: What Readers Don't Want - David Taylor The Numberless Hordes: Keeping Your Fantasy Armies a Little Less Fantastic - John Savage Science Fiction: The Literature of Ideas - Marg Gilks, Paula Fleming, Moira Allen
(Includes "Timelines of SF Ideas," by Marg Gilks) The Subgenres of Science Fiction - Marg Gilks, Moira Allen What Is Magical Realism, Really? - Bruce Holland Rogers What Makes a Horror Writer? - Elizabeth Peake What "Type" Is Your Character?

14. Index Of /world
The WorldBuilding Email list is intended to serve as a public forum for discussion of topics concerning the writing of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. Topics discussed range from anthropological questions about creating a fictional culture, to historical questions about model cultures, to practical concerns facing every writer.
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15. World Science Fiction Society / Worldcon [Official]
science fiction, fantasy and horror writing conventions.
World Science Fiction Society
World Science Fiction Convention
[updated 30 August 2005]
Upcoming Worldcons
2006: L.A.con IV , the 64th World Science Fiction Convention, Los Angeles, California, to be held Wednesday 23 August - Sunday 27 August, 2006,
postal: L.A.con IV, PO Box 8442, Van Nuys, CA 91409-8441, USA 2007: Nippon 2007 Yokohama, Japan, to be held 30 August - 3 September, 2007,
postal: Nippon2007/JASFIC, 4-20-5-604, Mure, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-0002 JAPAN
You can only be a member of one or more particular World Science Fiction Conventions. The membership of World Science Fiction Society is defined as the membership of the upcoming Worldcon so joining that WorldCon is the only way to join WSFS. Right now that is Interaction . After the closing ceremonies of Interaction, the membership of WSFS will change to be the membership of the next Worldcon, L.A.con IV . WorldCons offer "supporting" memberships, which get you all their publications and include the right to vote on the Hugo Awards and Site Selection, at a substantial discount from full "attending" membership which includes the right to attend the convention. See each future Worldcon listed above for details.
The purposes of the WSFS, according to its

16. Speculative Fiction Of Colorado
Helps support the science fiction, fantasy, and horror writing scene in Colorado and includes author, convention, and writing resource information.
Speculative Fiction of Colorado supports the science fiction, fantasy, and horror writing scene in Colorado. Home Authors Fiction Links Cons ... Contact Us
These are not sponsors ... just sites you might want to visit. Everything is normal. It's just that some normal things are weirder than other normal things. Steven Brust Events Third (3rd) Wednesday of Every Month at 6:30 PM. Stories for All Seasons at West Side's Book Annex, 3434 W. 32nd Ave., Denver (between Federal and Lowell, the purple building with the red pole). Admission is free. Refreshments as always. Call 303.480.0220 or e-mail . Ed Bryant usually hosts and you'll almost always find other local writers in attendance as well. Melanie Tem (contact Melanie at ), recipient of the British Fantasy Award and multiple Bram Stoker awards, offers the following:
  • W riting class/workshop. This is an ongoing, pay-as-you-go ($10/session) class and workshop for fiction writers. The group will combine writing instruction with critiquing.
    Editing, book doctoring, and ghost writing on a pay-for-hire basis.

17. Bewildering Stories: Home Page
Bewildering Stories features experimental writing in science fiction, fantasy and horror. Includes short stories, poetry, drama, reviews, correspondence and novels.

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18. Welcome To Dark Moon Rising
A bimonthly e-zine featuring original fiction, poetry, and artwork in science fiction, fantasy, and horror. It also contains related non-fiction and a writing workshop. An e-mail version is available.
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Dark Moon Rising is a publication of Gryphon Moon Publishing

19. 7TH HELL - Interactive Fantastic Writing
A site for authors of the genres horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Addon stories you can continue, or start an all new story. Artwork welcome, too. Site in German and English.
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These pages are bi-lingual: English/German. Please don't let that confuse you.
Not the entire content will be available in both languages; some things might only be in the one language, other things only in the other.
Nicht der gesamte Inhalt wird in beiden Sprachen vorhanden sein; manches wird es nur auf Deutsch geben, anderes nur auf Englisch. The Purpose of 7th Hell:
This site is for (hobby-)authors of the three fantastic genres: Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction. It is about interactive fiction, meaning that one person begins a story, and someone else continues and maybe ends it.
Let us know. Take a look around, then tell what you think. Sign the guestbook, or send us a mail. You ARE encouraged to start (and/or continue) stories. Ihr SEID dazu angeregt, Geschichten zu beginnen (und/oder fortzusetzen).

20. The Jabberwocky Studios
This is my home for my fiction writing, spanning the genres of fantasy, horror, sciencefiction and poetry. I am also in the process of starting my own webcomics. Come visit.

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