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Tomorrow's Kin by Nancy Kress

Science and Science Fiction: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

by Nancy Kress

One of the scariest statements I ever heard came from a young relative of mine: “All the science I know I learned from your books!” To which I replied, gasping a little, “But you know I make it up, right?”

But not entirely--which raises a critical question.

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The Delirium Brief by Charles Stross

What’s a nice series like you doing with a publisher like this?

by Charles Stross

One of the realities of publishing that we don’t like to talk about is that a series generally lives or dies by grace of its first publisher. It’s extremely unusual for a series to hop from one publisher to another, yet with the publication of The Delirium Brief by Tor.com Publishing next month, the Laundry Files will be on its third US publisher (and fifth English language publisher overall). What happened and how did we get here?

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Graveyard Shift by Michael Haspil

5 Gaming Tools to Help Your Writing

by Michael F. Haspil

Whether we’re neophytes, first touching pen to paper, or storied veterans with hordes of bestsellers on our trophy walls, writers are suckers for any kinds of tools to help us in our art. This is especially true when we feel like we’re stuck in the drudgery of the task. That’s the perfect time to spice things up and bring fun back into the process. Games can help us break stubborn blocks, avoid Gary Stu situations, develop plot points, and generate writing prompts to prime the muse.

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Behind the Bookshelf: Executive Editor Diana Gill

Behind the Bookshelf

Executive Editor Diana Gill kicks off a series of posts looking behind the scenes at Tor by talking about her first acquisition.

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