The World Science Fiction Convention touches down in London this week, bringing together fans of sci-fi, fantasy and horror novels from all over the world.
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Let’s skip the foreshadowing and get down to business.
“Everything you say in bed is going to show up in a poem.”
Friendly reminder: if you want something, it pays to be polite.
Sometimes your favorite writer, regardless of genre, creates poetry in just 140 characters.
Is your life all books, all the time? Then our newsletter might be for you.
Let’s start at the beginning.
Excuse me while I get all the things.
Old school internet game time, y’all.
These literary works will more than help you navigate through post-high school life.
According to the notes on this 1950 telegram.
Fantastic writing advice from incredible authors as depicted by Kate Gavino on her brilliant Tumblr, Last Night’s Reading.
Baby, you’re like the most popular book in the library. Everyone is checking you out.
Because mistakes are the portals of discovery.
The Association of Writers & Writing Programs announced they were closing the final day of their large annual book fair to non-registered attendants, but after independent writers and publishers voiced their frustration, they have announced that they are opening it to the public.
“Was it worth avoiding my friends to revise my novel for the 400th time?”
Because reading is sexy, baby.
From Rumi to Mary Oliver, artist Lisa Congdon has the perfect quote for your day.
Ned Vizzini, the author of It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Be More Chill, and many others, has died.
Plus 12 famous authors in vintage advertisements, 10 amazing exercise classes you can take from home, and One World Trade Center becomes the tallest building in America.
From J.K. Rowling, Ray Bradbury, Maya Angelou, and a bunch of other people who know what they’re talking about. NaNoWriMo, anyone?
Authors spend their lives expressing life’s intricacies. Their last words capture this elegance.
You may know their words…but how well do you know their faces?
We happen to think their writing is better than their dancing.
OUCH. Culled from the delightful Rotten Reviews books.
The Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society is the country’s oldest such society. Its members are the nicest geeks you’ll ever meet. And they meet up every Thursday.
Who needs pants? You’re writing in bed anyway.
Everyone’s gotta teen sometime.