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Call for Articles - Diverse Writers and Artists of Speculative Fiction (DWASF.org)

Call for ArticlesDiverse Writers and Artists of Speculative Fiction (DWASF)DWASF is calling for articles for publication in the first issue of its magazine, Celebrating Craft. The first issue will concern flash fiction, as well as writing basics such as world-building, plotting, and developing characters. Requested topics include, but are not limited to:How to write flash fiction Where to submit your flash fiction Flash fiction contestsHow to world build How to…See More
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About Me:
I have been interested in science fiction since I was a little girl. My first memory was of watching Star Trek when I was 3, and I remember being enthralled with the story, The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet, in 4th grade, then with Star Wars when I was 14, and on and on with various science fiction movies and books. After I read The Foundation Trilogy, I didn't think SF could get any better, so I moseyed over to the mystery aisle and took a long hiatus from reading published SF. Later, I learned about the world of Star Trek RPGs (text-based), and became enmeshed in that. Then I stumbled across Neuromancer (20 years after its publication), and decided to try my hand at writing SF. I applied to the Writing Popular Fiction master's program at Seton Hill University and was accepted. I received my degree in June 2007 with an SF thesis, Cog. It is due to be published in 2013.

I have a published poem, Doomed, that has been nominated for a Rhysling award and was published in the 2009 Science Fiction Poetry Assocation Rhysling Anthology.

I also have an article in the book, MANY GENRES, ONE CRAFT, entitled "Cyberpunk: Remastered or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Postmodernism."

My short story, "The Haunting of M117," was published in Genesis: An Anthology of the Black Science Fiction Society.

My short story, "Choices," was published in Hazard Yet Forward.
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I Have A Published SF Poem

My poem, Doomed, is published in the 2008 Rhysling Anthology. The Rhysling awards are given by the Science Fiction Poetry Association. Here's the link:


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At 11:56pm on August 8, 2012, Lin Lucas said…

Hi Ceres,

Thanks for taking the time to explore and send a shout out regarding my story. The Black Flame Society is intended to be the first in a series of interlocking short stories. Still very insecure about the writing so your message offered a much needed boost.

How did you come across the story?

Regarding your own work: I've never had the opportunity to read an SF poem and look forward to being introduced to what is bound to be an interesting reading experience.

Thanks again.

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At 3:37am on September 25, 2010, Crystal Connor said…
I made it at home with windows movie maker and it took few hours because I kept messing up. I can see where the mistakes and flaws are but it's ok now I know what to do for the next trailer for my next book. Thanks for your comments!
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Thank you for including me in your city of friends and a belated happy birthday to you.








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