Monthly Archives: December 2011
Don’t waste your time comparing yourself to other writers.
Go here for ze rest.
Thinking of the American mid-West conjures up images of cowboys and desperadoes, dusty plains and wild mountain ranges, Stetsons and
Great news the other day: I finished (at last!) my first piece of fiction since I submitted my brain-shredding PhD. The idea occurred to me about 4 weeks post-PhD but then it took me about 7 weeks to finally get everything on paper and then edited and polished
Over at the Weird Fiction Review, Lisa L. Hannett talks about Weird Ink, examining and apreciating Beardsley, Gorey and Niffenegger in all their weird glory.
Lisa Hannett givesAdvice on the obsessiveFrom La K McD.
See what I did there? Sorry, tired again.
I thought I’d gotten over it after much therapy, but noooooooooooooooo.
After midnight last night, unable to
Rae Carson dabbled in many things from teaching to corporate sales to architecture before becoming a full-time writer. The Girl of Fire and Thorns is her first novel. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with
Alistair Rennie talks about 2000 Tombs and their musical experiments over here.
Music in the key of China Miéville, Rachel Swirsky and others.