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Licensed Fiction or self-published fan work?
I know we've got at least a few published authors here on the boards but I don't want to jump into WB at the moment.
Anyway, I'm basically three chapters in to writing a Shadowrun story. It's far from finished and I know it's going to take a few drafts anyway and probably a long way off but I'd like to have it be officially recognized in some way.
Now my question is how would I go about getting it to Catalyst since they're finally starting to put out SR fiction again? I mean I can change a few things around and just self publish it on Amazon or something, but I'd like for it to be canonized basically. I'm not in it for the money because I know my writing will not be that good (not for a first timer) so I'm not really interested in that.
I recall a few years back that one of the guys here got their young adult novel published but that was a whole unique setting and plus iirc, he kinda lucked into it which from what they said was kinda the standard (you literally have to know people and have them push your work forward so people will want to publish it).