Issue # 8: 03/01/02
About This Issue


The Edge
R & R

Managing Editor's Note
Finding Inspiration


Holly's Workshop
The Description Workshop




Vera Nazarian


Show And Tell: How to Write Realistic Young Child Characters 
By S.L. Viehl

Women, Men, Families and Fiction 
By Kay House and Justin Stanchfield

The Perils of Cardboard 
By Ruth Pischke

Exploiting Your Character's Parental Bond 
By Shane P. Carr 

Dare You Write About Your Family? 
By Robert A. Sloan

Heroes Have Families? 
By Francine M. Seal

Where Have All the Families Gone? 
By Valerie Serdy

Children Are Characters Too 
By Andi Ward

Blood is Thicker Than Water 
By Bryn Neuenschwander


Fantasy: 
Fantasy Movies and the Star Wars Effect
 By Forward Motion Community Members

Horror: 
Introduction to Horror Part 2: Plot and Character in Horror Fiction 
By Teresa Hopper

Poetry: 
Reflections of Starlight
By Nic Bronson

Romance: 
But Is It Romance? 
By Lazette Gifford

Science Fiction: 
Axial Tilt and Other Things 
By Bob Billing

YA & Children: 
Writing Mysteries for Children's Magazines
By Ron Brown

Young Writers: 
Welcome to Young Writers Scene

Vicki McElfresh


Piracy on the High Bandwidth
By John Savage, Esq.


Book Review:
Goal, Motivation and Conflict by Debra Dixon
Reviewed by Andi Ward


Discovering Forward Motion

Good News from Forward Motion

Join Forward Motion


Awards

Link to Vision

Masthead

Guidelines

Expanded, and includes list of upcoming themes

No Frames