Kids Writing Each week I produce a piece that talks about a different aspect of getting words out on a page. This week I interviewed a group of kids about stories, telling stories and talked to them about getting their work published. Download the Having the Courage to Do What is Write Audio here Thanks […]
(Yet another attempt to produce writing wisdom from an almost complete dearth of professional experience.) Dramatic Pauses. Sometimes, the best thing to say is nothing at all. This may be a case of holding one’s tongue for fear of retribution. It could be an example of stunned silence, pregnant pause, bated breath, or anxious waiting. […]
For those of you that don’t know, we’re doing a steampunk themed issue towards the end of the summer. We’re still accepting stores, see the details here, so I’d encourage you to send a story in. We talked a bit about what steampunk is in Galley Table Episode Thirty-Three and that was a lot of […]
(Another in a series of posts about the elusive art and practical process of writing, by a total novice.) Rituals. Not every writer has the luxury of having their words flow unbidden from a vast imagination through skillful hands into complete and perfect works of literature –or so I’ve heard. Most people find difficulty pulling ideas from a total vacuum against […]
In episode thirty we talk about what “the cloud” does for writers and readers.
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In episode twenty-six we talk about writers groups, what “genre” fiction is, and entertaining your audience.
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Today we have a guest post from Nobilis Reed. When you ask most authors where they get their ideas from you’re liable to get an eye-roll. Thankfully in this case we get some honesty. Nobilis takes us through the process he went through in bringing about his latest sci-fi romance novel, Scouts (adult content). The […]