writing

Author Aaron Rosenberg Writes Across the Menu!

Long-time Writer's Symposium guest Aaron Rosenberg is a writer of science fiction...and fantasy. And some horror, too. Mysteries, sometimes. Oh, and kids' books. In this article, he tells us why he doesn't just pick one!

When you tell people you’re a writer, the first thing they ask is usually, “Oh, what do you write?”

My answers tend to get a little complicated.

Howard Andrew Jones: Love Your Character

Fantasy author Howard Andrew Jones has been a guest of the Writer's Symposium for many years now, and here, he shares some of his advice on how to create characters you love, and how your characters can give you clues if you are stuck!

I guess it should probably go without saying that if you want to write fiction well you have to be in love with your characters. I don’t mean the creepy, smoochy Pygmalion kind of love. I’m talking about finding them fascinating, interesting, compelling and simply fun to work with.

Carpe Your Writing Diem! An Article by Linda Robertson

Linda Robertson has been called a triple threat of talent. Not only is she a great author of urban fantasy, but she is also a musician and artist, and she uses these skills together to strengthen each one. Most recently, she has written a musical score to go along with her newest novel Jovienne, which you can order on CD from her website! This year, the Gen Con Writer's Symposium is proud to welcome Linda as a guest and panelist at the convention, from August 17-20.

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