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Archive for October, 2010

Captain’s Mast – Bill Morris, You’ve Been Rejected. Have a Nice Day.

Kristine Kathryn Rusch pointed me to an article where Bill Morris was pining for a good rejection letter. After reading his article, I decided to write him one.

Galley Table Episode Seven – Bubbly Evil

In episode seven we chat about organization in preparing to write. Guests: Zack Ricks Jeff Hite Laura Frechette Mentioned: Snowflake …Read the Rest

NaNoWriMo Planning? How much?

October 25, 2010
NaNoWriMo Planning?  How much?

NaNoWriMo is coming. If you are in the writing community at all it is pretty hard to miss that fact. …Read the Rest

Galley Table Episode Six – NaNoWriMo Show

In episode six we chat about NaNoWriMo. Guests: Zack Ricks Allison Duncan Brand Gamblin Jeff Hite JP Losier Laura Frechette …Read the Rest

I am a reader first

October 18, 2010
I am a reader first

If you are a reader, no matter what you are reading ¬†you understand what it means to be really into …Read the Rest

Interview With Author Megan Arkenberg

We’re back this week with some author interviews. Megan Arkenberg wrote “House of Shells” published in our second issue. What …Read the Rest

Yes, we’re collaborators…

October 13, 2010
Yes, we’re collaborators…

Last night, I got to record a new episode of Galley Table with regular contributors (and staff), Scott Roche, Jeff …Read the Rest

Galley Table Episode Five – “These are not the hammer.”

In episode five we have the pleasure of Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine’s company. We talk about Pip’s new book …Read the Rest

We’d Like To Hear From You

October 12, 2010
We’d Like To Hear From You

Hey, everyone. We’ve got a quick (10 question) survey. It’s anonymous, and we’d really appreciate the feedback. Click here to …Read the Rest

Ways To Ensure You Will Not Be Published

I find myself repeating the same two critiques over and over as I’m working through the pile. Here, I’ll point them out, so you writers will know to avoid them, and the readers can appreciate that we’re doing this so they don’t have to.