Here are the latest posts about Science Fiction on Writers Write:
Archaeologists Discover Possible Jules Verne Time Capsule (2017-04-13): Archaeologists have discovered a possible time capsule that belonged to science fiction writer Jules Verne.
Octavia Butler's Inspiring Plan to be a Bestselling Author (2016-02-04): Science fiction legend Octavia E. Butler is being celebrated at the Huntington Library. Read her journal entry where she programs herself for writing success.
Patrick Ness Writing New Doctor Who Spinoff Series Called Class (2015-10-03): Patrick Ness, author of A Monster Calls, will create and write a YA spinoff set in the Doctor Who universe. Ness has won two Carnegie medals for children's literature.
SFWA to Allow Self-Published Authors to Join (2015-02-13): The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America has voted to allow self-published authors to join the organization. They have to meet the same writing income requirements.
Ehern Kruger Talks Writing Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014-07-05): Screenwriter Ehern Kruger discusses writing Transformers: Age of Extinction and hints that Unicron could be coming to the Transformers franchise.
Harper Voyager Accepting Unagented Manuscripts For Two Weeks in October (2012-09-12): Writers, fire up your computers.
Asimov's Begins Accepting Electronic Submissions Through Online Form (2010-05-03): Asimov's is now accepting electronic submissions.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to Publish Philip K. Dick's Exegesis (2010-04-30): Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has acquired North American publishing rights to Philip K.
James Cameron is Writing an Avatar Prequel (2010-02-17): Director James Cameron is writing an Avatar novel.
MWA Teams Up With SFWA to Support Writer Beware (2009-08-11): The Mystery Writers of America (MWA) is going to co-sponsor the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America's (SFWA) Writer Beware program.
Arthur C. Clarke Funeral Services Tomorrow (2008-03-21): Sir Arthur C.
Science Fiction Writers Help Out Homeland Security Department (2007-05-31): USA Today reports that the U.
The Science of Middle Earth (2005-07-01): Lord of the Rings is often discussed as a perfect fantasy series
with magic, fantastic settings and interesting creatures like
elves, dragons, hobbits, dwarves and orcs.
George Orwell's Home Gets a Refurb (2005-06-29): The home where legendary author Eric Arthur Blair (who became known as George Orwell) was born is being turned into a first-class museum.
Orson Scott Card Blasts Star Trek (2005-05-04): With the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise, there will be no Star Trek on TV for the first time in quite a few years.
Arthur C. Clarke Loses Diving School (2004-12-28): Arthur C. Clarke lost his Sri Lanka diving school in a tsunami. The school is located in Hikkaduwa.
A Conversation With Bill DeSmedt (2004-12-01): Bill DeSmedt
likes to say that he's spent his life
living by his wits and his words.
Post-Singularity Fiction and the Struggling SF Writer (2004-09-14): If technological advances continue at their current pace (and we're not all blown up by terrorists), some theorists believe that artificial intelligence will reach such a point that we will actually have created a "superhuman" intelligence.
A Conversation With Steve Alten (2004-08-01): Steve Alten talks about his New York Times bestseller MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror. He also talks about his megalodon novels, Domain, Olmecs, sharks, writing advice and more!
A Conversation With Gary Tigerman (2003-12-01): Gary Richard Tigerman grew up in California's
Valley biking to public school,
splashing around the backyard pool, and secretly
reading Bradbury and Heinlein under the covers
with a flashlight.