The Story So Far
- A sweet little bullet from a pretty blue gun
- The Music To The Story In Your Eyes
- The Game That We Have Been Playing
- The hidden law of a probable outcome
- A Mary Sue Ain’t Nothing But A Sandwich
- Think About It Seriously You Know It Makes Sense
- Who Are All You People?
- More on Short Fiction and Multi-author Anthologies
- Short Fiction, or “What Needs To Happen Next”
- Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Series”
More Of The Same
What I Write About
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Tag Archives: Humor
This is a subject that I have touched on in this blog before, but I’d like to specifically discuss it in terms of the 21st Century Thrilling Adventure project. I consider the Exotic an indispensable element of the kind of stories … Continue reading
Lately I have been seeing some discussion regarding the subject of Genre that has grown acrimonious, with people whom I like and admire on various sides of the question. I’m not going to link to any of the posts because … Continue reading
I ramble about Old Buildings, New Wave, Borrowed Concepts, and Blue Movies on the Castalia House blog.
So… I have been very hesitant to come out and say in so many words, “I am working on a new book” because I have had so many false starts over the past year, but I think I’ve gotten to … 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
My review of George Alec Effinger’s What Entropy Means To Me.