S.A. Bolich continues her series on horses in fiction with "The Green Horse," a description of inexperienced horses and their antics. This will be most useful to writers whose characters intend to ride English or Western style. More naturalistic approaches can have less dramatic transitions from inexperienced to experienced horses, the handling and tack are different, etc. So pay attention to the character's culture and how that affects their interaction with horses.
This urban fantasy anthology is open for submissions on a "green man" motif.
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Cecilia Tan talks about marketing for queer writers and queer literature. Step outside the mainstream and learn how to find your niche. The audience is out there.
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