Good job, Claire!
Recently, on Madhouse Manor
jamesdmacdonald on Yes, We Write Short Fiction… jamesdmacdonald on Down in the Coal Mine Miramon on Say What? David Twiddy on Zombies on my Shoulder David Twiddy on Zombies on my Shoulder
Recent Posts by Dr. Doyle: Dr. Doyle's Editorial and Critique Services
To a lot of readers, literary symbolism is that thing in high school English class that the teacher went on and on about instead of talking about the story. Then some of them turn into writers, and come to the understanding that literary symbolism isn’t some sort of academic game of “Gotcha!” – it’s just […]
I’m going to be at the La Belle Winery in Amherst, New Hampshire, participating in a short fiction slam with other former students and instructors of the Odyssey Writer’s Workshop. (Jim Macdonald and I were guest instructors there, once upon a time.) I’ve never participated in a slam before (group readings at conventions and the […]
If ever I needed to present any evidence that this blog post by Matthew Yglesias was mindboggling in its sheer wrong-headedness, this quote alone would do the trick: Transforming a writer’s words into a readable e-book product can be done with a combination of software and a minimal amount of training. It appears that even […]