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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: Atossa Shafaie

uthor and editor Atossa Shafaie is one of the featured contributors in the inaugural issue of the SFWP Annual, a new anthology of fiction and creative nonfiction from the Santa Fe Writers Project that just hit the shelves in print and electronic...

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SFWP 2017 Literary Awards Program: Top Ten

Hello again Awards Program folks! We now have a top ten list. From the names below, the winners will emerge -- hopefully within the next week or two! We announced the short list a few weeks ago right here. The long list of finalists is right here. And, now, in no...

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SFWP 2017 Literary Awards Program: The Short List

Here we go! The short list for the 2017 Literary Awards Program! The Long List is right here. What an amazing selection of manuscripts we received this year. The closer we get to the final three winners, the harder it is to select which manuscripts move on through the...

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