“Keep the Writers of the Future going. It’s what keeps sci-fi alive.” —ORSON SCOTT CARD
“The Contest has opened the way for scores of writers and has set them out on the fine careers they deserve.” – Jack Williamson
“Some of the best SF of the future comes from Writers of the Future.” – David Hartwell Hugo-Award-winning editor
Publishers Weekly, in their starred review for Writers of the Future volume 29 wrote: * L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 29 Selected by a panel of judges and edited into a cohesive collection by Wolverton, this year's Writers of the Future collection is exciting and engrossing, with stories that range across the spectrum of SF and fantasy. Eschewing tried-and-true space opera and epic fantasy, these stories explore new mysteries and ideas. Death takes a bride in Marilyn Guttridge's "The Ghost Wife of Arlington." The secrets of the clock that powers the world are revealed in Christopher Reynaga's "The Grande Complication." Shannon Peavey's "Scavengers" introduces the Vulture Lady and explains why no one who leaves her domain ever returns. Adventurous, lighthearted, thought-provoking, and grim, these stories cover a wide range of science and magic, each unique, refreshing, and innovative in a variety of different ways. The anthology is fleshed out by essays from the late Hubbard, Nnedi Okorafor, and artist Larry Elmore. This book is not to be missed, full of exciting new writers to watch.