I know you know. Really, I do. But if you don’t know…or maybe you saw it the first time I posted but thought it didn’t apply to you…or maybe you think you are unworthy (you’re not)… SFFWorld.com’s 2015 Anthology Submission Deadline is: August 31st, 2015 Theme: Ecotones Word Limit: 5,000 – 7,000 Payment: Token Featured authors: […]Read more "Deadline Looming"
Early this year, the folks who hang out over on the SFFWorld.com forum started a micro-fiction contest. I know, I know. Micro-fiction? What the heck is that? Well, according to the internet, it is very short fiction. If you thought flash fiction was short (usually 1000 words or so), try micro-fiction. For the SFFWorld.com forum […]Read more "Micro-fiction"
Yes, you are. Okay, maybe not always, but I bet you have an award-winning story somewhere inside you just waiting to bust out! I bet. The other day, out of the clear blue sky, a bird dropped into my lap, fluttered a little smile at me, and then took off (metaphorically speaking). In actuality, Igor […]Read more "Are you award worthy?"
Originally posted on Kristin McFarland:
I wrote this blog post a few months ago. It wasn’t easy to write, and it’s not easy for me to read now. But I think it’s an important topic, and one we don’t like to talk about simply because it’s not easy to discuss. There’s a chance, though, that…
Graphic designers are worth their weight in gold. (Yes, I’m exaggerating. But not much.)Read more "That little bit of something"
Does anyone know what these are? They go crunch-crunch when you step on them.Read more "Algae Balls"
To all my recent followers: This is one of those posts where I go on and on about my writing progress. If you are not a writer (or a reader inexplicably interested in my nattering about the words I write), here’s an old video about sheep and l.e.d. lights you might like to watch instead: Okay, […]Read more "What on earth is she doing?"