Category Archives: On Promotion

First Review Of Duel Visions

A very positive advance review of Duel Visions.

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Kinds Of Rejections (And What To Do About Them)

Since I have been concentrating on short fiction I have been submitting more stories and I have to say that, in general, I like being published in someone else’s project way more than self-publishing. In addition to the writing itself, … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Year

Last year at about this time I announced my plans to concentrate on short fiction during 2018. How did that work out for me, you ask? Pretty well, all things considered. I had eight stories published this year, and while … Continue reading

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But Wait, There’s More!

“Most of all, the idea of a magic shop is simply cool. If browsing a bookstore is exciting, with each book offering new possibilities of wonder, what if the books were all spellbooks? If a hardware store suggests new projects … Continue reading

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Waiting For Utopia

Actually I didn’t have to wait long at all. Back in late September I was approached by an author I worked with on Fauxpocalypse. She had an idea for a collection with the theme of Utopia. It sounded like a … Continue reading

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Famous New Wave Short Fiction Writers School, Lesson II

This is a follow up to yesterday’s post, inspired by a comment from Dave Higgins. Let’s talk about Writer’s Guidelines. Just like publishers have guidelines regarding what they will and will not accept for submissions, authors should have guidelines regarding … Continue reading

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Famous New Wave Short Fiction Writers School

This is a post that I have been thinking about for a while, but a recent comment from The Parasite Guy gave me the nudge I needed to sit down and do it. I have written a lot about the … Continue reading

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Want a signed set of The Book Of Lost Doors?

It is coming down to the wire for Cirsova.  He wants to raise $5,000 to fund next year’s run of the magazine, and he’s up to just over $3,600 as of this writing, with 6 days to go. Let me … Continue reading

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One Mortal Year

I am going to make a completely unreasonable suggestion to the content creators who read this blog and I would like you to seriously consider it. I am going to try an experiment for one year, from August of 2018 … Continue reading

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New Blog: Dark Corner Newsstand

For a while now I have been thinking about putting together a site for links to indie markets for short genre fiction, and I’ve finally decided to do it. I have also decided to join the Amazon Affiliate Program, and … Continue reading

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