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Feedback, either giving it or receiving it, is the hardest part of the writing process. As a writer you want it…but you don’t want it. As a reviewer, you want to help but you also don’t want to be “too … Continue reading
I first encountered Lou Antonelli at ConDFW in 2009. He either moderated or participated in the more excellent panels that I attended that year. He struck me as a very practical-minded writer who was passionate about what he was doing. … Continue reading
This is second of two reports on ConDFW 2010. These were the panels that I attended on Sunday (my second day at the con, which was actually day three). Click here to start with part one. Author Readings A. Lee Martinez read … Continue reading
ConDFW is an annual “speculative fiction” (aka sci-fi, fantasy, horror, etc.) con with a decidedly literary bent. The panels are geared to authors and publishers; the topics are focused on writing and getting your work seen by others. I attended last … Continue reading
This panel, on how to get your short stories published, was very sparsely attended but just chock full of good information. The panelists were informed and very enthusiastic. Names: Lou Antonelli (Moderator) Bill Crider K. Hutson Price Michelle Muenzler Recommended … Continue reading