Writing, Obsession, and the Sacred Question Mark
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In my morning routine, one of the things I do is scan a news aggregate source to see what’s going on in the world. This morning I came across a piece from Salon contributor Patrick Hicks that resonated like a … Continue reading

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Gatekeeping in the World of Ebooks

In this day, when social media are saturated with writers touting their self-published novels, it seems that anyone can write a book. Anyone with any talent or ambition, that is. Certainly, anyone willing to plug along and generate 80K or … Continue reading

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Consideration of Works Past: Red Planet

Over the past few years I’ve been performing an interesting personal experiments. I’ve been rereading the books that were meaningful to me when I was young. This has included things like Cordwainer Smith’s Norstrilia, the works of Clifford Simak, John Brunner’s The Whole Man, Heinlein’s Stranger … Continue reading

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