Monthly Archives: December 2011
Decided I would not do the usual thang of listing production feats and such to wrap up the end of the year. See my post “Of Word Counts, Pissing Matches, and the Lesson of Thunderbird” for a hint as to … Continue reading
Saw Cat Rambo’s post on this topic, and it looked fun, so, here are five short story writers I love to read. 1. Steve Rasnic Tem: Steve’s a mentor and a hero of mine. His short stories are varied, but … Continue reading
BLOG BARRAGE! New Review of DEATH MATCH, Two Shots of the Good Stuff, The Astounding Steve Tem, “The Forest Inside the Castle,” and Frosty the Snowman!
Dusty old blog! Time to throw some mad goodness at you fine readers. First, I received a wonderful review of DEATH MATCH from Elizabeth White. She says, in part, “And, ultimately, that’s what makes Death Match such an enjoyable read; … Continue reading
So, here’s part two in my series about the differences in writing fiction and history. (you can read the first part here). This section is mighty long, so bare with me. I’m trying to digest and reconstruct the many layered … Continue reading