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Science Fiction Double Feature

At last it can be told..! Cirsova made the official announcement today, so I can finally talk freely about my latest project. This is a collection of my Science Fiction short stories. It includes work I’ve published over the last … Continue reading

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The Wand That Rocks The Cradle

This summer Oren Litwen will be releasing his third anthology of genre fiction. His first was The Odds Are Against Us, an anthology of military fiction. With his second, Ye Olde Magick Shoppe, he elected to start his own imprint, … 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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Nasty, Brutish, and Short

Well, 2017 has been an interesting year as a writer. I’ve learned a lot, and some of the lessons have been unpleasant ones. But I think the net effect has been positive. I know more about my craft and my … Continue reading

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Well, that totally failed to look like freakin’ Tron.

It’s official.  Those Solar Freakin’ Roadways that so many people out there spent so much money to support do not work. This isn’t a case of an experiment that failed. This isn’t a case of someone taking a chance on … Continue reading

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Cirsova #2 Kickstarter

I don’t ordinarily promote crowd funding as a way of financing writing projects, but Cirsova is, in my opinion, doing it right.  Cirsova #1 is on the stands, and gathering some solid reviews.  Cirsova #2 is written, the stories and … Continue reading

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Pugmire!

It is in the far distant future.  The human race is gone, vanished from the Earth, leaving behind ruins and their successors–those who have been their companions and protectors since the dim reaches of history. You are one of those … Continue reading

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Cirsova Magazine Kickstarter Is Live

I have mentioned before that I have serious reservations regarding crowdfunding as way of financing writing projects.  So it may seem hypocritical–or at least opportunistic–for me to ask for support for this particular project, since I am in it. However, … Continue reading

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Stop Begging. Please.

Badly written self-published books don’t make me feel embarrassed to admit that I am self published. Neither do poorly edited ones.  Or bad covers.  Or even gay dinosaur erotica. As far as I’m concerned if an author wants to publish … Continue reading

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Chasing Nonconformity: One Step Closer

They do not have what you humans call “giving up” on Michelle Proulx’s home planet. She wrote an excellent science fiction comedy novel called Imminent Danger And How To Fly Straight Into It.  It’s a delightful book and I highly … Continue reading

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