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The Collapsing Empire

The Best or Worst-Timed Title Ever?

by John Scalzi

So here in 2017, when you have a book coming out called The Collapsing Empire, you get a lot of rueful smiles and knowing nods and statements like “so, writing non-fiction now, are we?” and “a little on the nose, isn’t it?” and you just have to sort of grin and nod, because, well, yeah, actually the title does seem a bit on the nose.

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Luna: Wolf Moon

Avoiding the Art of Divination

by Ian McDonald

Wisdom argues against writing near-future science fiction. You may live to see it all become alternative history. You may be beyond wrong in your speculation. You may have to suffer the expectation that you’re writing prophecy, and the rain of bricks when people realise you’re not.

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Seven Surrenders

What the Future Will Call This Era

by Ada Palmer

One question a science fiction writer faces when world-building a future Earth, alongside questions of future technology and future politics, is the question of future history. What will people in this future call the twentieth and twenty-first centuries?

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On the Road: Author Events in March

Author Events

Tor/Forge authors are on the road in March! Once a month, we collect info about all of our upcoming author events. Check and see who’ll be coming to a city near you.

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