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“Keep the Writers of the Future going. It's what keeps sci-fi alive.” —Orson Scott Card
Writers of the Future has become the most respected and significant forum for new talent in all aspects of speculative fiction. Never before published first-rate science fiction and fantasy stories selected by top names in the field. Authors and artists discovered by Writers of the Future have gone to publish more works than other Writing Contest. It is a leading showcase of creative writing.
Writing Contest Judges: Kevin J. Anderson, Doug Beason, Gregory Benford, Orson Scott Card, Eric Flint, Brian Herbert, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Dr. Yoji Kondo, Anne McCaffrey, Rebecca Moesta, Larry Niven, Frederik Pohl, Jerry Pournelle, Tim Powers, Mike Resnick, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Robert J. Sawyer, Robert Silverberg, Dean Wesley Smith, K.D. Wentworth, Sean Williams and Dave Wolverton (AKA David Farland).
Illustrating Contest Judges: Robert Castillo, Vincent Di Fate, Diane Dillon, Leo Dillon, Dave Dorman, Bob Eggleton, Laura Brodian Freas, Ron Lindahn, Val Lakey Lindahn, Stephan Martiniere, Judith Miller, Cliff Nielsen, Sergey Poyarkov, Shaun Tan, H.R. Van Dongen and Stephen Youll.
From award-winning author, Ryan Harvey, comes the thrilling science fantasy novel, Turn Over the Moon.
“Turn Over the Moon is a wonderful, moving thrill-ride with a first-rate young protagonist of grit and determination. Harvey is a writer to watch!” — Howard Andrew Jones, author of For the Killing of Kings
“A renegade orphan with her mini-dino companion on the run from evil forces in a rich and convincing world? Sign me up for more!” — E. E. Knight, author of the Dragoneer Academy
“A science fantasy novel of beautiful depth and sincerity...Deserving of a place on the literary bookshelf next to Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass." — Robert Zoltan, author of Rogues of Merth
In a room in one of these towers, the lonely historian Quarl sees his whole world challenged when he takes on a younger assistant: a woman who hides a secret that can shatter the world. But first it may have to shatter Quarl.
Ryan Harvey’s award-winning story opens up the science-fantasy land of Ahn-Tarqa and introduces readers to characters and mysteries who continue in his forthcoming novel “Turn Over the Moon," the full length science fantasy epic coming in October 2020 from Dream Tower Media.
On the continent of Ahn-Tarqa, where science and magic are one, and humans share the land with great saurians, all races have in common a dreadful ailment: the disease known as “The Sorrow.” A lingering hopelessness with no cure. A fear of life itself.
But for twelve-year-old Belde, her days in the city of Tyrn, playing in the streets with her whip-smart dinosaur pet Rint, seem far removed from the Sorrow she sees in others. Then, one burning summer day, cruel sorcerers from the masked race known as “The Shapers” slither from their black towers into Tyrn and knock on the door of the workshop of Belde's father.
Belde is about to drop into a nightmare that will carry her and Rint across the city, fleeing from the Shapers’ twisted killers, and into the glaring light of the truth about her life—a truth that echoes over all Ahn-Tarqa with the sound of the word “Sorrowless.”
Farewell to Tyrn is a prequel tale to the full length science fantasy epic, Turn Over the Moon, coming in October 2020 from Dream Tower Media.
When highwaymen hold up seeker-of-curiosities Richard Davey on a lonely road in Bavaria, it's only the beginning of his nightmare. Fleeing from a hissing apparition on the road, Richard finds himself in an old monastery. The monks offer him shelter for the night--but what shelter can there be from a diabolic vengeance in feline shape, seeking redress for a crime that has haunted the monks for over two centuries?
Previously published in the anthology, Candle in the Attic Window, and now available for Kindle, "The Shredded Tapestry" is a thrilling Gothic horror story in the classical English tradition from award-winning author Ryan Harvey.