Cynthia Ward

Welcome to the website of writer Cynthia Ward

 

Cynthia Ward
Bellevue, Washington - 2004
Photo by Joe Murphy


Cynthia writes science fiction, fantasy, horror, and more. If you'd like to know a little about her, please read her micro biography.


News from Twitter

If you have an account at Twitter, you can follow Cynthia at cynthia_ward

Writing the Other

Writing The Other Nisi Shawl and Cynthia Ward's Writing the Other: A Practical Approach, the companion book to the Writing the Other workshop, is now available! You can find book details and order directly from Aqueduct Press. A review of the book is available online. You can also order the book online from Amazon.com.

News

Cynthia's story "Regenesis" was published in the May-June edition of Indian SF, and can be read for free here.

Market Maven

Cynthia, who wrote the long-running (14 years+) 'Market Maven' market-news column for the cancelled writers' magazine Speculations, is now the publisher of the monthly MARKET MAVEN electronic newsletter, which focuses on magazine and publisher guidelines and updates from the professional and semi-professional markets in the speculative fiction genres (science fiction, fantasy, horror, paranormal romance, cross-genre, etc).

If interested, you can learn more about the magazine and see a sample issue.

Subscriptions are $20 per year. Click here to subscribe.


News archives


Fiction


Bibliography: Fiction


Nonfiction

Locus Magazine Online has posted Cynthia's article "Harmonic Convergences: A Review of Howl's Moving Castle"


Bibliography: Nonfiction


What Others Are Saying

"From four-armed men to brainscan: biotech perspectives"

"Regenesis" by Cynthia Ward (a female writer from Seattle) paints a peculiar image of the future: anything is possible thanks to biotechnology. Six-fingered guitar player geniuses juggle the strings, 3-eyed women quiver their eyelashes and geneticians grow tails (proving evolution theory right and Christianity wrong) while four-armed prophets talk about the end of the world.

— Kömlõdi Ferenc
Cyberia, November 2002.

Read the review in the original Hungarian:
"A négykarú embertõl az agyszkennelésig: Biotech-távlatok"


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