(NAPSI)—Aspiring writers and artists can find inspiration and a forum and sci-fi/fantasy lovers a good time in the latest volume of L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers & Illustrators of the Future Contests and anthology.
About The Contest
Free to enter, open to all speculative fiction writers and artists, the two contests were created by famed author L. Ron Hubbard and funded by his estate. The judges, mostly professional writers, artists and educators, see only the story or artwork and a number, so every entry has the same chance of winning regardless of race, color, creed, nationality, sex or anything else. Entries have come from over 175 countries—but no other planet as far as is known.
About The Book
Volume 36 is now in bookstores in the U.S. and online globally. According to Gary Roen, senior reviewer of the Midwest Book Review, “‘Writers of the Future’ is the gold standard of emerging talent in the field of science fiction fantasy and has contributed more to the genre than any other source.” In this volume, he added, the lavish artwork spawned a short story by an established author instead of one of the newer writers and there are several tales by other famous authors, including Hubbard himself.