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Wanna Read My Novel?

It’s got magic, adventure, romance, intrigue. Continue reading

You Don’t Have to Attend Clarion to Be a Real Writer

You don’t *need* to go to Clarion or Clarion West if you want to be a writer. But it sure as hell helps. Continue reading

I Read Only Books by Women For a Year: Here’s What Happened

I read a lot of great books, is the short answer. So, a few days ago writer K Tempest Bradford published this article, in which she challenged readers to stop reading white, straight, cisgendered male authors for one year. Sadly (and predictably), certain corners of the internet exploded in rage at the notion (she has … Continue reading

Things I Learned on the Internet This Week 8/8/14

Another week gone, and the internet (and the world it reflects, or possibly refracts) continues to fascinate. So, in my continuing efforts to excuse to myself the embarrassing amount of time I spend surfing the internet, here is a selection of highlights from my procrastinations this week: Warren Layre, 61, told The Inquirer in an … Continue reading

Montages and Leveling Up

I’ve come to dislike┬áthe montage, despite its clear utility in modern storytelling, especially in visual forms like television and movies. I mean, I get it. As a viewer it’s not exciting to watch the mind-numbing repetition of martial arts training or the boring minutiae of repairing the space ship while adrift in alien space or … Continue reading

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