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News and Articles About Conscious Living on Planet Earth

Posted by clnjoneil on February 17, 2018 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living with 0 Comments<p>We’ve all had to handle change at some point in our …

Pinterest

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The Moth guide to storytelling comes to the Digiday Retail Summit

Writer, poet and scriptwriter George Dawes Green is a true raconteur, which is just a fancy French way of saying he is good at telling stories. Two …

Samuel L. Jackson

Tanith Lee Was An Indispensible Fantasy Author

Tanith Lee, who died on Sunday, was one of the most prolific and influential authors of fantasy and horror. Everyone seems to know her for something …

Books

What You Learn From 1,000 Days of Meditation

Imagine if you had the opportunity to live on an isolated mountaintop and meditate for three years. You had no cellphone, no email, or news from the outside world. For three years, all you had were ancient texts and the opportunity to meditate deeply.<p>What would you discover? And what would you want …

Meditation

43 must-visit sci-fi websites for writers

The imagining of possible worlds is the staple of science fiction. As expert Bruce Sterling puts it, science fiction (or SF or sci-fi for short) is …

Science Fiction

Taran Matharu: how childhood racism lead me to create fantasy races

As a child, the author of Summoner: The Novice found solace in the worlds of Darren Shan and JRR Tolkien – which ultimately led to his own explorations of racial tensions through fantasy writing<p>I first encountered bullies at the age of four.<p>After telling me to go back to my own country, my …

Books

5 fantasy character types to enliven your fantasy fiction

Many people may first think of fantasy fiction in terms of enchanted worlds or magical creatures, but those worlds must be populated with engaging …

Creative Writing

Wiith Is Like Tinder For Meeting New Friends, Not Dates

If you’re looking to meet new people but don’t want to explicitly commit to it being a date, as on Tinder, a new app called Wiith wants to help. The social app aims to connect nearby people who share the same interests and have them join up for local activities and events – like a more informal …

Apps

6 Choices That Will Help You Stay Strong, Flexible & Happy As You Age

So many of us associate aging with cognitive decline, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, adult onset diabetes, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue … Shall …

I Didn’t Always Want to be a Writer, An Article by Author Tom Winton

I often hear from people who want to write a book but don’t know how or where to begin. Or from people who have already written a book that’s ready …

Writing

Attending Your First Convention As An Unpublished Writer « Fantasy-Faction

So there comes a time early in every writer’s career when you make a very serious decision. You’ve been writing as a hobby for years, you enjoy it …

Why entrepreneurs need to tell good stories

Every so often I run into entrepreneurs and innovators. Some are inside of traditional organizations and are attempting to create a new product or …

Entrepreneurship

HomePage

Trope Depictions<p>False Teeth Tomfoolery<p>12:01 PM on Feb 13th 2018<p>False teeth, generally a sign of age, poor dental care, unfavourable tooth genetics, …

Dental Care

Fantasy and Science Fiction: Editorials & Editor's Recommendations

March/April 2015<p>Editorial - March/April 2015 <br>by C.C. Finlay<p>SO THIS ONE October we drove to Pennsylvania to see Frank Lloyd Wright's …

Frank Lloyd Wright

Three Deceptively Simple (but Powerful) Tips for Writing Persuasive Landing Page Copy

Does the following sound familiar?<p>You're struck with inspiration and you write <i>what you think</i> is killer landing page copy. All the essential elements …

Public Speaking

Women in SF&F Month: Mieneke from A Fantastical Librarian

Today’s guest is Mieneke from A Fantastical Librarian! This site is an excellent resource for speculative fiction fans, and clearly many others find …

Books

Sucky Hugos

So apparently the Hugos suck this year, thanks to an organized voting campaign. See Patrick Nielsen Hayden on the voting campaign, which seems to be …

Political Science

Simplest Way to Make Your Films More Interesting: Use 'Therefore' & 'But' Instead of 'And Then'

While Tony Zhou's most recent video essay is about creating better video essays, the lessons within are just as powerful for traditional …

How to Show What Your Characters Think

I love hanging out with writers. Who else can you talk to about such important matters as the possessive apostrophe, or whether to use semi-colons in …

Creative Writing

Women and Myths in Storytelling

April 5, 2015 | By Juliet Greenwood | 6 Replies More<p>I recently wrote a blog post for my group of fellow authors, Novelistas Ink, about my previous …

Books

The Poet with a Razor in His Vest: Amiri Baraka's Selected Poems

When a publication of a large selection of poems by Amiri Baraka, who died this past year, was announced, I immediately determined to review it.<p>I’d …

Donna Galanti

Donna Galanti is the author of A Human Element and A Hidden Element (Imajin Books), the first two books in the paranormal suspense Element Trilogy, …

Books

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TVOne Joins American Black Film Festival to Find Screenplay Writers

TV One is joining forces with this year’s <b>American Black Film Festival (ABFF),</b> taking place in New York City June 11-14, to bring the network’s first …

New York City

Women in SF&F Month 2015 | Tag Archives | Fantasy Cafe | Reviews of Fantasy and Science Fiction Books

April has come to an end, and so has the fourth annual Women in SF&F Month. Thank you so much to each of this year’s participants for their guest …

The Devil’s Detective by Simon Kurt Unsworth

Reading this one, I was tempted to imagine how its sales pitch went<i>. “It’s a detective story, set in Hell – you know, the opposite of Heaven.”</i> For it …

Blade Runner