Monthly Archives: April 2019

Eastercon Roundup 2019

Here are comments and observations by a variety of writers in the Milford family. We had a Milford stand this year to promote upcoming events and the bursary for SF writers of colour.   Sue Oke says: This year’s Eastercon, … Continue reading

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Milford Bursaries – Announcement

In 2019 we have two funded places for published science fiction and fantasy writers of colour to attend Milford SF Writers’ Conference in September 2019. The applications opened in September 2018 and closed at the end of February 2019. We … Continue reading

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Moving Goalposts by Juliet Kemp

At the start of each year, I set myself some aims for the next year; and this year, I want to publish more short stories. That, in turn, means that I need to write the stories, and then I need … Continue reading

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Impossible Stories by Jim Anderson

I love reading stories about the impossible, and science fiction is full of them.  Faster than light travel is, as far as we currently know, an impossibility, but I don’t mind reading stories that use faster than light travel in … Continue reading

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Beginnings, Middles, and Ends by David Gullen

This one’s a bit of a ramble, but I get there. Almost all stories have beginnings, middles, and ends. Not necessarily in that order, and sometimes there are more than one of each. The vast majority of advice I ever … Continue reading

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