Michael Fellowes writes Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction. His work often features characters disempowered by society.
‘Hey MSF!’ is a column where Manchester Speculative Fiction writers reply to a short prompt. This month, ‘What are you reading?’
Critiquing other people’s writing can be difficult, so here’s Manchester Speculative Fiction’s advice on how to critique without tears.
Here’s a list of the literary organisations in Manchester helping to promote writing, performance and publication of prose and poetry.
Norah Lovelock joined Manchester Speculative Fiction in August 2021. They are writing short stories while working on their first novel.
Having your writing critiqued can be a challenge. So here’s some tips from a successful writing group on how to get the most from criticism.
M.O. Pirson joined Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group in 2016. He writes novels that are too short and short stories that are too long.
Bryn Fazakerley joined the Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group in 2016. His work has been shortlisted for the Novella Award, the James White Award and longlisted for the Mogford Prize.
Andrew Fay has been a member of the Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group since 2019 and writes fantasy novels and short stories.
Chris Ovenden is a flash fiction writer living in North Yorkshire, UK. He has been a member of the Manchester Speculative Fiction group since 2014.