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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Pagan Kennedy

A Handbook for Maturing Hipsters ...
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Daniel M. Ford

The best-selling first chapter of our fantasy trilogy ...
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Author Spotlight: Sadie Hoagland

Science and the supernatural at war in Sadie Hoagland’s “Dementia, 1692”   The thrill of the supernatural surrounds Sadie Hoagland’s short story “Dementia, 1692.” This historical fiction is set against the backdrop of the Salem witch trials in colonial...

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Author Spotlight: Kayleigh Wanzer

On transforming the personal into the universal By Katya Ellis   Kayleigh Wanzer sees writing creative nonfiction as a cathartic process. From drafting and revising to editing, "the experience becomes less about what I went through and more about what is on the...

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Author Spotlight: Samantha Edmonds

On the choose-your-own-adventure style and the “breakdown of control"   Samantha Edmonds is featured as one of the all-star contributors in the inaugural issue of the SFWP Annual, a new release from the Santa Fe Writers Project whose debut on October 1 in print...

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