Every Tuesday, you will get an original piece of fiction. This week I bring you: Mine! By: Jeffrey Hite “Geeez Susan, I’m sorry I was late,” Neil said as he walked into her office. She signaled for him to close the door. “The directions to this place that they gave out on Friday were […]
In episode twenty-nine Zach talks with Mur Lafferty about her successful Kickstarter campaign, building community, “overnight” successes, and BEING MIGHTY! RAWRRR!!
Explorers: Beyond the …
Today’s guest blog post comes to us from Jake Bible. He lives in Asheville, NC with his wife and two kids. He is the author of many published short stories and the creator of a new literary form: the Drabble Novel. DEAD MECH is his first novel and represents the introduction to the world of […]
In episode fourteen where we talk about how to balance work, life, and writing and our favorite movies.
Shrinking Man Project
Patrick E. McLean
Write or Die
Yesterday, after a pretty long stint of writing, I pushed my manuscript over 50,000 words. 50,444, according to the NaNoWriMo website, which makes me a “winner”. Actually, I’d say it doesn’t make me a winner. I’d say it makes me a Big D#%$ Hero. And if you started writing, whether you won or not, I’d […]
I may know art, but I don’t know what I like. I’ve always liked the absurd way that sounds. I have an aunt who is an educated artist. She has spent many years of her adult life taking courses in art at a major university. She has studied all mediums including sculpture, painting, and drawing. […]