We believe this year’s Tangent reviewers picked some of our best, and we’d like to share them with you – for a LIMITED TIME – for free. Follow the links and have a great time. These stories are FREE ONLINE throughout January 2021!
And check out the information Below the list to see how you can get even more free stories and sign up for a discount subscription to DreamForge Anvil in 2021.
“Climbing the Motherman” by Henry Szabranski
“An Infinite Number” by David Amburgey
“Robot Princess” by M. T. Reiten
“Answered Prayers” by Scott Edelman
“Counterclockwise” by Jamie D. Munro
“Summit Attempt” by Floris M. Kleijne
“Pterrors of the Caribbean Part-1” by Deborah L. Davitt
“Pterrors of the Caribbean Part-2” by Deborah L. Davitt
“Kobold Domain Patch Notes ” by Christopher Mark Rose
“Pangenesis” by Scot Noel
“The Shepherdess, the Roc, and One Errant Sheep” by Alexandra Seidel
“The Problem with Magic Rings” by Jane Lindskold
“At the End of All Things” by Chris Cornetto
“On the Way There” by Evan James Sheldon
“The Limits of the Human Heart ” by Rebecca Roland
“The Android and the Fallen Angel” by Alice Towey
“Myself” by Rebecca Enzor
“Blink If You Love Me” by Marie Vibbert
“The Winds and Waters of Mars” by C.H. Hung
“Broke Down & Starside” by Jennifer Shelby
“The Flight of the Brolga” by Henry Gasko
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With a Paid Subscription to DreamForge Anvil in 2021 (offered at a discount price of $14.99 for a limited time), you receive access to all our back issues and all new stories and essays on writing and story development in the New Year!. You can read more at our recent post about DreamForge Anvil.
DreamForge Anvil will publish 5 online issues/year along with a monthly eNewsletter. Our mission is both to present hopeful science fiction and fantasy as well as learn what these stories mean to their authors and how they are constructed. Notes accompanying each story take a look at specific storytelling aspects, both at weaknesses that were addressed by the author and strengths demonstrated in the writing that were appreciated by our team. Complementary essays cover the handling of story hooks, exposition, character development, plot, pacing, world-building, and more.
The path we’ve chosen for 2021 is based in the enjoyment we experienced working with authors to solve story problems and polish near gems to perfection. It was equally gratifying to provide useful feedback to hopeful contributors, writers who rarely heard from editors about the quality of their work. We love it when we receive comments like:
“Your advice has helped me get stories picked up twice!!!!” and “the feedback you offered me on the first few stories I submitted is far and away the best feedback I’ve ever gotten.” We share these comments not in praise of us, but in hope that we can contribute to helping more authors if we focus on the writing and share what we’ve learned.