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Member info for Brennan Harvey

Brennan Harvey

Brennan Harvey


Brennan Harvey is an award-winning author, capturing first place in the International Writers of the Future Contest for the first quarter, 2010. His novelette, "The Truth, From a Lie of Convenience," is available in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Vol 27 at Amazon and local bookstores.

Brennan has served as the Webmaster and Meeting Coordinator for the Southern California Writers Association, Membership Chairperson for S.F. Novelist, and is the Organizer of the Long Beach Writers Meetup group. He has attended the La Jolla Writers Conference and Literary Orange since 2007 and attended Uncle Orson's Writing Class in 2008. He attended his first Nebula Awards Ceremony (as an observer) in 2009 and his first WorldCon in 2012 (again, as an observer.)

Publications for Brennan Harvey

  • Novelette

    L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume XXVII

    The Truth, From a Lie of Convenience won first place in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest.

  • Flash Fiction

    Teacakes and Afternoon Tales (New Stories from Mississippi)

    Willow's Bend uniquely captures the theme of of this collection: new voices with timeless and universal themes sure to strike a chord in the hearts of readers. The only guideline was for our authors to contribute stories with a Mississippi theme

  • Flash Fiction

    With a Little More Help From My Friends

    There are nine rockets on this cover and, you know, that's not nearly enough. Every writer in this book is a rocket in science fiction circles. Some very well known, plying established routes regularly between stars. Others, soon to achieve orbit.

  • Flash Fiction

    Spirit of St. Louis: Tales of the Capitol Engines

    It's been a long wait. Years. You have scraped together the money for your passage at great cost to your safety, your honor and possibly your soul. Even the station house was fraught with danger. But you're here now, aboard the Spirit of St. Louis.

  • Novelette

    The Truth, From a Lie of Convenience

    A washed-up reporter investigating a story on the Moon finds that the truth may be more dangerous than terrorism. Available as an e-book on Amazon

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