Tag: science fiction

Please Spay your Tribbles – Lasers

When I think of science fiction weapons the first thing that comes to mind is lasers. That’s right, set them …Read the Rest

“Humor. Ar! Ar!”

May 6, 2011
“Humor. Ar! Ar!”

by Philip (Norval Joe) Carroll Science fiction has had a long history of being comic. Aliens can be funny. When …Read the Rest

Please Spay Your Tribbles

April 27, 2011
Please Spay Your Tribbles

By Laura Nicole In this column I will be discussing various gadgets and items of interest in the science fiction …Read the Rest

Fiction Tuesdays – Scarlet

    On Tuesdays we’ll be presenting a little of bit of fiction. They will normally be based on one …Read the Rest

Where It All Came From

February 10, 2011
Where It All Came From

Today we have a guest post from Nobilis Reed. When you ask most authors where they get their ideas from …Read the Rest

Galley Table Episode Twenty – Faith In Your Fiction

In episode twenty we are joined by Grace Bridges. We talk about her publishing endeavors and injecting a little faith …Read the Rest

Ways To Ensure You Will Not Be Published

I find myself repeating the same two critiques over and over as I’m working through the pile. Here, I’ll point them out, so you writers will know to avoid them, and the readers can appreciate that we’re doing this so they don’t have to.

Who are you? (who who… who who…)

Seriously. Who are you? If you’re a reader of FlagShip, who are you? Here’s what I think… If you’re a …Read the Rest

Catch a wave…

August 9, 2010
Catch a wave…

There’s been a lot lot LOT of talk lately about the future of publishing, ebooks, etc.

Here’s Simon Wood talking about e-books from an author’s perspective. Here’s Pablo Defendini talking about what he would do with Barnes and Noble – which recently put itself on the auction block. And here’s a paperback publisher moving to e-books first, and following up with trade paperbacks. It’s a really interesting time to be in the publishing game.

But what does it mean for readers? It means options.

Know Your Market

July 21, 2010
Know Your Market

I’ve been looking over submissions for issue two, which have been trucking right along, thank you very much. I’ve been …Read the Rest