The T-Party will be running workshops at both Loncon and Nine Worlds Geekfest
The Loncon writing workshop will take place on Friday 15th August, from 1pm-6pm, and is fully booked. There will also be two workshops run by Gaie Sebold and Sarah Ellender:
– “Getting Ideas” workshop Saturday 12:00 – 14:00
– “Creating Characters” workshop Sunday 13:00 – 15:00
David Gullen will also be launching the ‘Mind Seed’ anthology at Loncon – this will take place in the Fan Village on Sunday, from 5pm.
At Nine Worlds Geekfest, the T-Party will be running a workshop entitled How To Beat Writer’s Block. This will take place on the Saturday afternoon.
“Mind Seed”, a new Science Fiction anthology edited by David Gullen and Gary Couzens, is now available for purchase. The anthology was put together by members of the T-Party in memory of Denni Schnapp – T-Party member, Biologist, SF writer and traveller.
The anthology features nine classic and original Science Fiction stories from authors including Shirley Jackson award nominee Rosanne Rabinowitz and Aeon Award winner Nina Allen.
Nine stories that will take you to the worlds we may live in tomorrow, into deep space, and towards the far future of humanity. Nine different explorations of what it is to be human.
All profits from the anthology will go to Next Generation Nepal, an anti-child-trafficking charity.
“Mind Seed” can be purchased here.
David Gullen’s short story ‘Maneater’ has been accepted by editor Allen Ashley for his latest anthology ‘Sensorama: Stories of the Senses‘, due from Eibonvale Press late 2014.
Both Davids have had short stories accepted, with David Allan’s due to appear on 365Tomorrows.com – a ‘collaborative project designed to present readers with a new piece of short science and speculative ‘flash’ fiction each day’
And David Gullen’s short story ‘Winter Heliotrope’ will be published as part of Ian Whate’s ‘Moon Shots’ project, courtesy of Spacewitch. T-Party members Gary Couzens and E Saxey also have stories in ‘Moon Shots’.