I promised that I’d let everyone know what the response was on the story I submitted once I got it back.
Well, journey thou hither to learn the results.
I’ve followed the autobiographical story of author Tobias Buckell’s breaking-in to the novel writing world with great interest. And since reading his latest installment, “The Value of Friends“, I’ve been thinking about the idea of my “cohort” of fellow speculative-fiction writers.
A “cohort” of writers, as suggested in Tobias Buckell’s piece, are a group of writers who are familiar with each other and who break-in to the industry roughly as a group. They are writing contemporaries. As mentioned in his article, the cohort is a supportive community who help each other and encourage each other. There’s no formal delineation. It’s a pretty ad-hoc organization. Continue reading