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Writing science fiction and fantasy with believably strange characters and secondary worlds that are impossible yet feasible is no easy feat. In this unique lecture series, you'll hear from top names in the science fiction and fantasy genre how they manage to conquer these challenges successfully. Covering the topics of worldbuilding, characters, society, theme and more, this collection will give you a clear path for writing a science fiction or fantasy novel that will get noticed in today's publishing landscape.


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It's the smallest of details that will sink even the best sci fi story ideas. Do your characters speak in appropriate slang? Does the culture of your fictional secondary world line up with the time period and theme? Does your worldbuilding technique intrigue readers or confuse them? All of these factors are equally important and are addressed by science fiction and fantasy writers in this extraordinary collection of presentations from Writer's Digest's Science Fiction and Fantasy Conference.




You've Never Been Here Before: Effectively Drawing Readers into Your Story World
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The task of a novel's opening pages is to grab the reader's attention and not let go. But when you're writing science-fiction and fantasy, sometimes the world you're presenting is so strange as to almost make the reader step back in confusion. Learn how to plunge the reader into your awe-inspiring world without making him feel lost or unpleasantly disoriented in this recorded conference session with Jeff Gerke.
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Not Your Grandmother's Speculative Fiction: Writing Convincing Societal Change in Science Fiction and Fantasy
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Cultures, expectations, class structures, and prejudices all change. One of the reasons we consider authors like Ursula K. Le Guin and Jack Vance intrinsic to the foundations of modern science fiction is that they understood that worldviews differ across cultures. Come join Hugo Award winning writer Elizabeth Bear for a one-hour recorded web seminar that will give you some basic techniques for recognizing your own cultural assumptions and defaults, and creating worlds and societies that do not merely replicate them.
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The Theme's the Thing
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What's the difference between story and theme? Does your science fiction or fantasy novel need a theme? Can a book develop a theme without the author's knowledge? Will a theme help you're your work? This workshop covers the importance of theme in writing science fiction and fantasy literature. Steven Harper Piziks discusses different types of themes, how to find or create them in your own work, and use some writing exercises to uncover hidden themes.
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Writing Monsters: How to Make Your Imaginary Creatures Extraordinarily Real
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New York Times best-selling author and veteran editor Philip Athans, author of Writing Monsters and The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction provides you with hands-on techniques for creating terrifying creatures for fantasy and science fiction novels and short stories. He'll also discuss "writing scary" - using wordplay to build suspense, evoke fear, and thrill your readers with a satisfyingly good scare.
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Growing Your Iceberg: Crafting a Secondary World That Feels Ancient in 60 Minutes
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A common adage is that writers should show only ten percent of their worldbuilding -- but the other ninety percent has to be there, solid as an iceberg, in order for the world to feel "lived in." In this workshop, award-winning fantasy author N. K. Jemisin will guide you through the process of creating the planet, politics, and people of a complete and original secondary world, using principles that you can easily apply to creating your own.
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