The Story So Far
- There and back again
- Fear And Loathing On The Road To Motorcycle Maintenance With Charley
- Another fun project is released to the general public.
- Cirsova #6 is Live!
- Yes, I know I’m doing it wrong.
- Going Away (for a while)
- No platformed!
- 21st Century Thrilling Adventure
- A View From A Depth
- Various DIY Tools and their uses…
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Back at the end of March I posted a call for submissions for a new anthology. Here we are at the end of August, and I have just handed over the keys to Kevyn Winkless, who will be using it … Continue reading
This is kind of a followup to my last post on short fiction. As I said, I think that short fiction is important. And I think that short fiction collections with stories from multiple authors are important, too. I think … Continue reading
I am convinced that there is a direct correlation between short fiction and innovation in fiction, both in the styles of individual authors and in fiction styles as a whole. In Speculative Fiction, there can be said to be four … Continue reading
I had an epiphany today. I have always mistrusted the concept of genre. It has seemed to me to be both a hobble and a crutch. By which I mean that by accepting a specific genre designation an author restricted … Continue reading
Mr. Mephistopheles, dressed in red Wrote a letter to The Times He considered carefully what he said And mailed it with two shiny dimes Miss Antigone, pretty young thing Hung herself on the telegraph wire For seven days they let … Continue reading
Everybody walks in the Kingdom of the Ants Everybody dances on Butterfly Hill Turn around bend down pull up your pants Run as fast as you can and now stand still Nobody wants to be the last in line Turn … Continue reading