Unlikely Influences: What Lise Fracalossi learned about writing from LARPing

Originally posted on Kate Heartfield:
Unlikely Influences is a series of weekly blog posts about how writers can learn the tricks of their trade in odd places. Most are from guest authors, but I’ll pop in from time to time too. This week’s installment is by Lise Fracalossi. ◊ “Hardenstein 2014 – Adventurers” by RalfHuels (photographer), Anja…

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For the past few weeks, I’ve struggled with how to summarize my recent trip to Ethiopia for several reasons. One of which is that I spent most of my time in a westernized hotel conference room discussing geology and 3D models. Unless you are into those sort of things, it’s pretty boring. Another reason is that […]

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Travel and a goat

Hello World, It has been some time since my last ‘real’ post. In between, I have been to Ethiopia. Rest assured, I will be ranting about my trip along with my other rants. (Feel free to rant back at me!) But before that, I thought I’d get into the groove of blogging again by providing this […]

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Advice from a Slush Reader

Being an acquisition editor for a speculative fiction magazine requires two things: Loads of free time A love for the weird I have copious amounts of one of those. Not so much of the other. Which do you think is the limiting factor above? I started reading for an online e-zine. A volunteer position, of […]

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Yeah, this is one of those blog posts. I don’t really have anything to say, but I feel the need to, you know, say something. Did you know I have a Tumblr account? I do. I never access it because I lost my password and the site does not make it straightforward to retrieve it […]

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