I’ll do an anthology about dragons. But not today. So, it is official. Well, as official as it gets around here. This year’s SFFWorld.com anthology’s theme will be… (drum roll, please) Heroes and Villains. I know, I know. There are heaps of other hero/villain anthologies out there. But here’s where ours will differ: your heroine/villain … More One of these days…
This year’s SFFWorld.com’s anthology is out! We finally got it all together and published it yesterday. I’m proud of it. I hope folks like it. There’s something for everyone in this anthology. The first story is a fun little wizard story and the last is a great piece by Lindsay Buroker set in her popular Fallen Empire world. … More It’s out!
Ms. Lindsay Buroker doesn’t know it, but she’s one of my personal heroes. Last year or so, another writer, Wilson Geiger to be exact, told me I had to visit Ms. Buroker’s blog. Since I admire Wilson, I took his advice and discovered a ton of advice for the indie writer. While absorbing all her wisdom, … More Lindsay Buroker and I
Yes, you read that right. An ecotour: part blog tour, part ecotone, and all about a virtual journey around this here blog-o-sphere. Are you ready? I’m co-conspirator, oh, I mean, co-editor of Ecotones. We’ve asked all our authors a series of questions. So many now that I wonder when they’ll start to mutiny! But what I … More Ecotour
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: … More Deadline Looming
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 … More Are you award worthy?
It’s out! Don’t worry. This will be the last you’ll read of our little anthology. Well, at least on this blog. I’ll get back to my regular programming next week. Until then, why not read Wars to End All Wars? Alternate tales set during the first World War, this short story collection takes history and … More Wars to End All Wars