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In the spring of 2015, the Creative Ink Festival held a one-day, “sneak peek” event, to give local readers, writers, and artists a taste of what to expect in 2016. Well, the main event is almost here and I am … Continue reading
My swirling thoughts have been swirly-er than usual lately. Traveling through the lands to the south of my lovely-yet-frigid homeland always puts me in the path of people with different—sometimes wildly different—perspectives and views than mine. For all our similarities, … Continue reading
Raise your hand if this scenario sounds familiar… You go to a place. Maybe the place is a bar, or a restaurant, an annual event, a hotel, a vacation spot, a party. Any kind of place, really, where other people … Continue reading
And so I return from WorldCon, awash in the glow of camaraderie and inspiration, with the lingering scent of stale gin. There were all the usual Breakfast Squad shenanigans, interesting panels, and of course the Hugo drama. I’ll save the … Continue reading
Josh and I are approaching the end of the first draft of our fourth Warpworld novel. With each new installment, our process is refined and our efficiency improves. I anticipate a final draft, ready for publication, in early 2016. My … Continue reading
In the spring of 1999, Novak Djokovic was playing tennis in an empty swimming pool. When air raid sirens sounded, he, his coach and his fellow players would run for the nearest bomb shelter and wait until it was safe … Continue reading
What do Sad Puppies, Crocodile Dundee and cardboard puppets have in common? No, it’s not a joke. All of the above have recently caused me to consider the evolution of stories. Last night I attended a performance of Ramshackle Theatre’s … Continue reading