ant to be a science fiction or fantasy writer? You’d better sit down.
That’s the advice from Cat Rambo, a Seattle writer with more than 200 published short stories to her credit. “I would suggest that they put their butt in their chair and start writing,” Rambo said. “That they read the magazines that they want to send stuff to in order to see what kind of stories are being published there. And that when they sit down to write, that they write the sort of story they want to read.”
Rambo has a lot of experience giving advice to budding writers. As president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), an association of professional writers, she deals with nascent, and newly published, writers on a regular basis.
Rambo, who has been nominated for the Nebula and World Fantasy Awards herself, sat down with GeekWire for an episode of a new podcast series on science fiction, pop culture, and the arts, delving in to topics including the craft of writing.
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