A guide on writing the perfect resume to get you the publishing job of your dreams!
Inspiration in worldbuilding is great; caricatures are not.
Hey, they’re used often for a reason, right? Here are some scifi cliches we shouldn’t be avoiding.
Aw shit, here we go again.
What are some other good questions to ask when you get to the city building part of the worldbuilding process?
The Core City Bureau of Intelligence wants to make sure you’re staying safe. Watch this PSA on Hexxers.
We see lots of cool jobs in fantasy and sci-fi. But what are some jobs that don’t appear as much?
Sometimes we need a little help brainstorming when we write. Here is a list of generators meant to help you break out of that writing slump!
Looking for ideas for a new story? Here are some unusual settings to consider writing about!
What are some things you should keep in mind when creating a fictional city?
We saw lots of cool superpowers/magic abilities in media, but what about the many forgotten ones with lots of potential?
Greetings friends. I wrote this piece because apparently it needed to be said, apparently there are no sane people left in the world of SF/F/H publishing. An unacceptable trend is being allowed to continue, to exist, to pervade our screens… Continue »Philip K. Dick Does It: A Tale of Overly Long Paragraphs by Ray Daley
The first time it happened, it had been a long day working in the cafe, with almost no customers since we’d opened that morning. Six A.M. every day, like clockwork. Fred always made me open up for the early rush,… Continue »Short Story: The Passing of Witchcraft by Ray Daley
A collection of wonderful short poems, by Richard LeDue.
A polemic on the illusion of choice in religion, written by Ernestine-Vera Kabushemeye Gahimbare.
That time I accidentally spewed profanity in the middle of a job interview.
Some thoughts on anxiety, from a human with anxiety.
A quick list of super helpful resources to get the creative juices flowing.
Tips for aspiring writers, editors, and marketers in writing and publishing fields, from a creative writing student!