The Unbound Writers appreciate Hugo Award nominee short stories.Read More
Fiction Unbound staff close the books for a night of adaptation television with Neil Gaiman's American Gods' premiere on StarzRead More
Panelists at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop's LitFest '16 debate “The Resurrection of Dystopian Lit,” and The Unbound Writers speculate.Read More
June is Lighthouse Writers Workshop LitFest time in Denver. The Unbound Writers went to parties, attended short courses, co-sponsored and moderated a panel called "The Resurrection of Dystopian Literature" and interviewed the fabulously talented Claire Vaye Waktins.
Much more about our thoughts on these events will follow in later blog posts, but until then, we hope you will enjoy some candids from our working vacation.
The Unbound Writers read a lot of speculative fiction, but listening to it sometimes adds another layer of satisfaction. Here are some of our faves.Read More
In part two of a two-part series, the Unbound Writers give their reactions to Disney's big-screen adaptation of Into the Woods.Read More
In part one of a two-part series, the Unbound Writers give their reactions to Disney's big-screen adaptation of Into the Woods.Read More
Fiction Unbound is a space to celebrate and explore great writing in speculative fiction. Do you like elves and aliens, but also good sentences? In this inaugural post, we, your faithful contributors, introduce ourselves and share examples of the variety of fiction you’ll be seeing a lot of round here.Read More