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Announcing the Winners of the 2019 AT&T Film Awards

The winning short films of the 2019 AT&T Film Awards are announced. Winning films in shot on mobile, futuristic, new forms of storytelling, and social good.

Kick Your Own Writing Butt this NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo begins today—here’s the insipriation and information all writers need to make it a successful month of novel writing from start to finish.

Sci-Fi Sim Subs

Many speculative fiction venues prohibit simultaneous submissions but not all do. E.J. LeRoy offers a list of markets to try with your latest and greatest.

Creative Identities Are Like Belly Buttons

Creative identities are like belly buttons for three reasons: 1. Everyone’s got one. 2. They’re unforgivably wacky. And 3. They’re both related to scars.

Three Tips for Sound Editing and Mixing Your Own Movie

The post-production sound process is essential to delivering a polished film. Travis Mills offers three tips for filmmakers on a budget.

To the Next Queer Indigenous Eliza So Fellowship Recipient

2019 Eliza So Fellow Lehua Taitano talks story, what you can expect from a writing residency, the importance of community, and more.

How and Why I Blog About My Writing

Can you benefit from sharing your writing goals? Ratika Deshpande discusses the value of blogging about your writing, sharing your failures, and more.

Improve Your Writing While Gaming

Josh Holton explores how video games and writing can overlap with specific storytelling examples from gaming and advice on how to apply them to your writing.

How Accepting Mediocrity Helped Me Become a Better Writer

Allison Kelley discusses her journey to accepting mediocrity and how it ultimately gave her more confidence as a writer.