D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Writers of the Future
It looks like Daily Science Fiction will publish my story, “My Mask, Humanity,” on September 28th. I say “looks like” because the news didn’t come via the folks at DSF, but through SF Signal, a reputable science fiction website. The … Continue reading
I don’t ordinarily say much about story rejections—they’re part of the writer’s life—but this one is a special case. I’ve consistently submitted to Writers of the Future over the years. It’s perhaps the most prestigious writing competition for amateur speculative-fiction … Continue reading
I’m a big supporter of the Writers of the Future contest (regardless of my thoughts about L. Ron Hubbard) as a venue for aspiring writers. For those not familiar with it, Writers of the Future is the largest and (arguably) the … Continue reading
The official results for the second quarter of the Writers of the Future contest were posted today. My entry earned a Semi-finalist nod. For those not familiar with the contest, Writers of the Future is the largest writing contest for amateur, … Continue reading