New Releases & Big Hits

SFWP Annual Vol. 1

Selections from the SFWP Quarterly ...
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Stillbright: Book Two of the Paladin Trilogy
Daniel M. Ford

The exciting sequel to our best-selling fantasy trilogy! ...
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Magic For Unlucky Girls
A.A. Balaskovits

"That rarest of things: A book that doesn't remind me of anything else I've read. A wonderful, truly original work." ...
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Ordination
Daniel M. Ford

The best-selling first chapter of our fantasy trilogy ...
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News

Author Spotlight: Wendy J. Fox

Grand prize winner Wendy J. Fox on being compelled to write but constrained by time By Monica Prince   Wendy J. Fox is the breakout star of the 2017 Literary Awards Program and this year's grand prize winner for her manuscript, If the Ice Had Held, chosen by...

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Author Spotlight: Kate Wisel

Seeing pain as a wild animal By Monica Prince   In the midst of hundreds of submissions to the 2017 Literary Awards Program, Kate Wisel's manuscript Driving in Cars with Homeless Men caught the eye of judge Benjamin Percy. Wisel's work, a linked short story...

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Author Spotlight: Doug Crandell

Writing when there are bills to pay: An exchange with author Doug Crandell By Monica Prince   This year's Literary Awards Program had stiff competition and stellar manuscripts for judge Benjamin Percy to review. Author Doug Crandell placed as one of two...

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