There’s been a fascinating moment happening on Twitter as relates to advice on writing. Really as relates to advice on advice.
During the next six weeks, while this year's Odyssey Workshop class toils, those of us who aren't this year's lucky contestants can play along at home with an unofficial writing challenge ...
The clearest explanation of the differences between fantasy and surrealism I've yet to see comes from Ursula K. Le Guin's essay "The Critics, the Monsters, and the Fantasists."
Thankfully, the definition of speculative fiction simple: Speculative fiction is any storytelling possessing elements that aren’t feasible based on modern technology or elements that cannot be explained by modern science.