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Fireflies in the Mason Jar
Writers chase inspiration like kids chase fireflies. Here are some illuminating pieces I discovered for the mason jar this week: Inspiration Actor, writer, raconteur, geek, and all-around-good-guy Wil Wheaton offers a wonderful bit on his blog about remembering what it is we … Continue reading
Posted in Ramblings, Tips and Tricks Tagged black gate, blog, cassandra jade, inspiration, jim warner, john fultz, league of reason, novel, philosophy, rejection, sci-fi, wil wheaton, writing 2 Comments
A Quick Word from the Front
Just a quick update on the News of the World for this writer… I still have stories circulating on their “Hope and Rejection Tour 2010”. I still haven’t run out of pro markets yet, so there is still hope of … Continue reading
Posted in Announcements and News, Ramblings Tagged black gate, condfw, motivation, new, project, publishing, short stories, tim powers, writing 2 Comments
The Power of the Geek
Wow… Yesterday I posted a review of Wil Wheaton’s book Just a Geek. I really enjoyed the book and had fun describing why. I get a kick out of writing reviews. I had a couple of bone-head errors (which have … Continue reading
Posted in Announcements and News, Ramblings Tagged black gate, blog, wil wheaton 2 Comments
Thanks Black Gate!
My review of Black Gate Magazine’s Issue 13 has been posted to the Black Gate site! Check out the link and explore the online version of this really nice publication. Their online staff produces interesting blog articles and reviews that … Continue reading
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Black Gate (No. 13: Spring 2009)
I have treasured Black Gate ever since I first discovered Issue 10 (Spring 2007). I had dropped my charter subscription to another fantasy magazine a couple of years before because I wasn’t finding what I was looking for: old-fashioned, but … Continue reading