We’ve got more flash fiction from Midwest BSFA member, Renee. We give you, “Tryed Christmas”! Continue reading “Flash Fiction: “Tryed Christmas””
If you’re tired of stuffing yourself with food this Turkey Day, feel free to gobble down “Tryed Thanksgiving,” another flash fiction story from Midwest BSFA member, Renee Tecco! Enjoy! Continue reading “Flash Fiction: “Tryed Thanksgiving””
Midwest BSFA member, Renee Tecco, is back with another story for you! Check out the veterans-themed “Remember the Tried and True”! Continue reading “Flash Fiction: “Remember the Tried and True””
Midwest BSFA member, Renee, hits us with some flash fiction to celebrate the start of Black Speculative Fiction Month. Check out her short story, “Date Due”! Continue reading “Midwest BSFA Flash Fiction: “Date Due””
In honor of Black Speculative Fiction Month, Midwest BSFA member, Renee, has written some flash fiction for us! (With art by her daughter, Jamilah!) Check out her story, new fon who dis? Continue reading “Midwest BSFA Writes: new fon who dis?”
Georgia-based indie writer Milton Davis is raising money for Changa and the Jade Obelisk, a sword and soul animated adventure based on his novel Changa’s Safari. In the first episode, Changa, a young prince vowing to seek revenge for the death of his father and free his family and people from captivity, faces off against the sorceress Bahati and her evil horde of Hyena Men. We caught up with Davis as he prepared to participate in several panel discussions at this year’s DragonCon and asked him to tell us more about how he creates. Continue reading “Interview with Writer Milton Davis”
I’m trying my hand at writing a short piece of fiction that I actually want people to read. I say “trying my hand” because it’s been a few months now…OK, OK, nearly a year…and I’m getting nowhere (obviously). There are a variety of reasons for this (work, hobbies, laziness) but the main one is that I’m trying to get myself out of the mindset that my lead character will be uninteresting to my target audience.This is the worst kind of thought that can occupy a writer’s headspace. Worrying about whether readers will be receptive to something you haven’t even finished writing yet is a surefire way to not publish anything. At all. Ever.