The Craft & The Business of Writing Fiction @ Artspace at Books & Company
August 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
AWARD-WINNING SUSPENSE AND SF AUTHOR TALKS ABOUT THE CRAFT AND THE BUSINESS OF WRITING FICTION AT ARTSPACE, BOOKS & COMPANY, AUGUST 30, 6PM TO 8 PM
Award-winning suspense and speculative fiction author Matthew Hughes will talk and answer questions about the craft and the business of writing genre fiction, from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, August 30, at Artspace, upstairs from Books & Company, 1685 Third Avenue, Prince George.
Admission is free.
Hughes has sold nineteen novels to publishers large and small in Canada, the US, UK, France, and Italy and eighty-five pieces of short fiction to major mystery and science fiction magazines and to bestselling anthologies.
He has won the Arthur Ellis Award from the Crime Writers of Canada for best story of the year, and has been short-listed for the Aurora, Nebula, Philip K. Dick, Van Vogt, Endeavour, and Derringer Awards.
Booklist has named him the “heir-apparent to [sf grandmaster] Jack Vance,” noted science fiction author Robert J. Sawyer has called him “a towering talent,” and George R.R. Martin recently called him “criminally underrated.”
Hughes will talk about the essentials of writing genre fiction and the realities of selling fiction in the modern publishing scene.
If those attending the talk wish it, he will also read some of his work.