Climate change is the new normal. Frequent torrential rains, extended heat waves, and Category 5 hurricanes affect readers more and more often, and writers need to reflect these experiences in their short stories and novels. How do you incorporate long-term, usually invisible trends in your romances, adventures, mysteries, and other genre fiction, as well as … More Nine ways to help you start writing climate fiction today
In the year 2037, all the uber-wealthy will be Canadian. Because they will have all the NiceCoin. … More Review: Don’t worry. Everything will be fixed by 2037. Or will it?
Storytelling has changed little since the advent of the printing press, despite the technological revolutions of the 20th and 21st centuries. The product is still linear, that is, one damn thing after another, to paraphrase Elbert Hubbard. And stories are largely the product of a single individual, though that person may head a team, such … More Review: Futurecoast is crowd-sourced science fiction
Fyddeye.com has gone to that great internet in the sky. I euthanized it yesterday, after my web host provider, Rochen, threatened to kill it. Last week, the techies at Rochen placed the site in what they call an “abuse queue,” a kind of digital woodshed, and told me that Fyddeye.com was taking up too many … More Fyddeye.com Is Dead; Long Live Fyddeye