New Additions to the GenreCon 2017 Guest List

GenreCon 2017 is pleased to announce three new additions to the 2017 Guest list. Angela Slatter, Amy Andrews, and Emma Viskic will be joining Nalini Singh and Delilah S. Dawson at this year’s conference. [vc_column width=”1/3″] [vc_column_text el_position=”first last”] ANGELA SLATTER Angela Slatter has won a World Fantasy Award, five Aurealis Awards, and was the … Continue reading »


Visual Verse is an online anthology of art, poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction. Each month, the team at Visual Verse post an image online and invite writers to compose a piece of 50 to 500 words, inspired by the image. The catch is that the text must be written in one hour. AWM recently spoke … Continue reading »


Carve is a quarterly short fiction magazine, based in Dallas, Texas. Carve is interested in publishing and promoting outstanding literature and aims to help new, emerging and established writers reach a wider audience. This month, AWM spoke to Anna Zumbahlen, Managing Editor, and Matthew Limpede, Executive Editor, about Carve’s beginnings, its content, and storytelling. AWM … Continue reading »


  The Canary Press is an Australian quarterly magazine of short stories founded by Robert Skinner and Andy Josselyn. Based in Melbourne, it publishes new and local writers as well as more well-known Australian and international writers. The magazine also showcases beautiful cover designs and illustrations in each issue. AWM interviewed The Canary Press in … Continue reading »

Calling for Program Volunteers

Get Involved in This Year’s Conference We need your involvement. While GenreCon bring in a bunch of awesome guests, the conference is only possible thanks to the team of attending writers, editors, and agents who volunteer their expertise over the course of the weekend, delivering workshops and discussion panels on a range of writing and publishing topics. … Continue reading »