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Finding Inspiration

The sound of distant drums could barely be heard, but we knew what to listen for. My friend had heard the sounds while on a walk outside the campground, and clued me in later, once the men at the neighboring… Continue Reading →

The Ping Pong Effect

Have you ever watched a professional, Olympic-level ping pong tournament?  The ball moves so fast that following it with your head could land you in the emergency room seeking treatment for whiplash. The only way to actually enjoy the game,… Continue Reading →

Editing? Try Reading Out Loud

I’ve been working in writers groups now for quite a few years. I find them to be indispensable tools in editing my work. More than that, though, they can be a source of good techniques to put into your writer’s… Continue Reading →

Did You See This… June 2013

1. The Gotham Writers Workshop has a whole collection of writing wisdom from some names you might recognize. 2. A report about the under-representation of female sf/f authors. 3. James Alan Gardner continues a skill list series, this time dealing… Continue Reading →

Did You See This… May 2013

1. Tobias S. Buckell offers some perspective on rejection. 2. Mindy Klaskey has some words about synopses. 3. The crew over at WritingExcuses talks about narrative rhythm.

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