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Virginia Woolf's Tips for Writing a New York Times Bestseller

By Katherine MollyApril 1, 2015
I am Virginia Woolf, author of some of the greatest books of all time, and while I truly need no introduction,... More  →
Virginia Woolf's Tips for Writing a New York Times Bestseller
THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER: "Eros, God of Nothing" by Hannah Wagle

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER: "Eros, God of Nothing" by Hannah Wagle

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015
There’s a grand tradition in science fiction of putting emotions (or lack of emotions) into the realm of fictional pharmaceuticals. From “soma”... More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER: "The Past is Now" by Anna Thompson

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015
I’m always a sucker for a story that involves both a paradox and seemingly unexplained magic. Though this is a science fiction/fantasy... More  →
THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER: "The Past is Now" by Anna Thompson

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER: "Untitled" by Kaleigh

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015
Calling this story anything other than beautiful would be a disservice, so let’s get that out of the way: it’s beautiful. But... More  →
THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER: "Untitled" by Kaleigh

THE MINDHUT FICTION CONTEST WINNERS HAVE BEEN PICKED... and Soon All Will Be Revealed!

By Ryan BrittJanuary 16, 2015
Last week, The Mindhut Short Fiction Contest concluded, which for many of you, meant rushing to beat the deadline, but for us,... More  →
THE MINDHUT FICTION CONTEST WINNERS HAVE BEEN PICKED... and Soon All Will Be Revealed!
Today is the Day: Last Chance to Enter The Mindhut Short Fiction Contest!

Today is the Day: Last Chance to Enter The Mindhut Short Fiction Contest!

By Ryan BrittJanuary 5, 2015
One way to make the climax of a story exciting is to jam in some kind of “ticking clock” element. You know;... More  →