Writers of the Future Volume 36, has been on sale for a few months now, and it seems to have had a number of positive reviews. I’ve had the opportunity to read everyone else’s stories in the book, and they’re really strong. Makes me feel even more privileged to have my story, Foundations, published alongside of them.
Two particular standouts for me were: ‘Molting Season’ by Tim Boiteau and ‘Educational Tapes’ by Katie Livingston.
If you’re looking to buy a copy, you can get it on Amazon here. You can find reviews at Goodreads here, or from Publishers Weekly here, or in Tangent Online here.
Each winning Writers of the Future story is assigned to a winner of the Illustrators of the Future competition, who then designs an artwork to match. Aidin Andrews was given my story Foundations, and this is what he came up with.
Understandably given COVID-19, my trip to LA has been postponed. But my winning story will still be published in the Writers of the Future anthology, which is due out on 7 April. The collection is available to pre-order now. For more details about the anthology and where you can buy it, see here.