"Welcome to the Guild, Fabio! If you'd like to start a group for the Brazilian/Portuguese members you'll find it's very easy and will help you feel connected to each other. I hope you get a lot out of your membership here. We're…"
My name is Fabio Fernandes, I'm a writer and translator living in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Among other things, I translated Alan Moore's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol. 1) to Brazilian Portuguese, and published short stories in Brazil, Portugal, Romania, New Zealand, the UK, and the US. An excerpt of a story of mine can be found at Ann and Jeff VanderMeer's Steampunk II - Steampunk Reloaded. I'm currently writing my first novel in English.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
A fine, cozy place where I can find resources to help in my researches and people to talk and exchange information.
Welcome to the Guild, Fabio! If you'd like to start a group for the Brazilian/Portuguese members you'll find it's very easy and will help you feel connected to each other. I hope you get a lot out of your membership here. We're delighted to have you!
Hello everyone,I wanted to introduce myself very briefly as a new member. My name is Sean Burnside and I'm an aspiring new author. I am not -however- a young author by any means. I postpone my youthful dreams as a storytelling due to a series of compromises and have only now, with the aid ans support of my wonderful spouse, rekindled my desire to publish.I am in the process of completing my first novel and entering into a preliminary cycle of editing, re-drafting and then submission to peer…See More
I thought I'd share this as a frequent topic on these forums is the question of self-publication. Since amazon can be a very large part of a self-published author's publication plan, I found this debate interesting.The debate was held on NPR's Intelligence Squared, which does a very good job of presenting both sides of an issue. While I won't discuss the podcast for fear of presenting a bias, the discussion does broach on a number of topics that I found incredibly enlightening: whether…See More