Monday, October 31, 2011
They are also very talented.
It's no surprise that Australia is so successful in the Writers of the Future contest. In fact, Australians win more WOTF awards per entry than any other country. Sean Williams told me that.
And our small press is alive and healthy. Quietly producing quality anthologies and collections with hardly a blip on the radar.
And so congratulations must go to Alisa Krasnostein at Twelfth Planet Press on winning the World Fantasy Award (Non-professional).
I often hear of writers that sub to small press magazines and anthologies but don't buy any.
Support the writers, support the small press, subscribe to a magazine or buy a couple of books. Twelfth Planet is a great place to start.
Posted by Steve Cameron at 6:17 AM
Labels: Alisa Krasnostein, Sean Williams, submit, Twelfth Planet, world fantasy awards, Writers of the Future, writing
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