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This week’s links

Interesting things I’ve recently found on the net: The Kickstarter that was (then wasn’t) – A storify re: an author’s attempt to kickstart the next book in her series (after it was dropped by her publisher) and the ensuing backlash from her fans. Cellphones do not give you brain cancer – Basically, if they did, then brain […]

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Two new stories out

I have a story in Clarkesworld this month: “Seeking boarder for rm w/ attached bathroom, must be willing to live with ghosts.” I really like this story. It’s the second of the stories from my MFA workshop to see publication. There’s a whole backstory behind it that I’m too lazy to spin at the moment. […]

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Sort of about my writing process but mostly about three online journals that I really enjoy

I love being tagged in memes, but I rarely go out and do them, because I hate to tag other people: it feels too much like you’re imposing an obligation on them. However, Amy Sundberg has shown me the way–she just uses her “I tag you” space to talk about other blogs that she likes. […]

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[Wrap-Up 2013] The year’s top blog posts

These posts aren’t really the top in terms of hits or anything. They’re just the ones that I liked the best. Writing-Related Eight writing manuals that are not a waste of time How I would try to get a story published in the New Yorker Why you should never get an MFA How I got my […]

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“Inside The Mind Of The Bear” is the IGMS cover story; “Next Door” will be reprinted in Wilde Stories 2013; and my Friday links!

Me-Related News My story, “Inside The Mind Of The Bear” is live on the Intergalactic Medicine Show website. Unless you’re a subscriber, you can’t really read it. But you can see the totally cute cover drawn by Andres Mossa. Isn’t that bear just so adorable? You just wanna throw your arms around it and nuzzle its […]

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Friday Links

Yeah! I do this now, alright. Writing-Related Avoiding The Exits – a great post by Catherine Schaff-Stump on avoiding various writing-related pitfalls. “Nancy Gelber, Crime Writer, Sentenced to 30 Years in Bizarre Murder-For-Hire Case” Why I Attend Conventions – Post from Amy Sundberg about why she goes to conventions, even though it’s not particularly career-advancing […]

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