As a writer, my goals are of a twofold nature. One is to communicate and the other is to extract a reaction from my audience. This may sound sinister, but already you see these two fuctions, these two goals of a writer at work. One thing taught in any proper writing class, whether it be … Continue reading On Self-Censorship, Part 1: Beware the Audience
[I'm publishing this a little later than intended. It took me a few days and a couple of drafts to put together my first major blog post of this nature. I've spent long enough editing and rewriting, so I hope you find something useful in it.] Consistency brings appeal. It also teaches you a few things … Continue reading The Co-op Corner: Frozen Comics
I discuss my struggles with writing stories under the 10k word count mark.
Oh my. What could this possibly mean?
What's going on related to me, my writing, my plans, and so on. . .
I'm back and I've got plans. If this is glorious or foreboding, time has yet to tell.
The criteria I consider when looking for stories to write critiques to put on this site.
Kristine Rusch's high concept story explores issues of time and space in a distant future. Unfortunately, the narrative also has issues of time and space.