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This short urban fantasy story originally appeared in Stamps, Vamps, and Tramps, edited by Shannon Robinson. It takes place in Durham, North Carolina, and involves a tattoo artist who’s got a different purpose in mind than her latest client does. … Continue reading →
I interviewed Shoshana Edwards, author of Death Lives in the Water: A Harper’s Landing Story from Ring of Fire Press and A Roman Wilderness of Pain. We talk about her writing, neurolinguistics, and current political rhetoric. Shoshana Edwards was born … Continue reading →
Here’s a reading of “Three Wishes.”
Here’s some of the weirder stuff coming up for the Rambo Academy this month:
Thursday, October 1 Co-working 8:30-10:30 AM Handicrafts/Journaling 1-2 PM Co-working 6:30-8:30 PM Friday, October 2 Clean and chat, 10-11 AM Co-working 1-3 PM Cat Reads at Cmonfluence at 2 PM SFWA Panel 4 PM Saturday, October 3 Power and Politics … Continue reading →
In this interview, Jennifer talks about writing for franchises, including Shadowrun and Valdemar, what has surprised her about the process, what worlds she hasn’t written in but would like to, and which of her original worlds would make the best franchise, as well as what advice she’d give to people working in it.
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Literature is the best medium for horror, and comics are the worst. Literature succeeds because of the power of words to suggest, to take you ninety percent there, and leave that final ten percent up to you. The horror we … Continue reading →
If you’re not familiar with the Submission Grinder, it’s a web utility that many genre writers spend a lot of time staring at. I thought it would be interesting to talk to David about how the Grinder came about and … Continue reading →
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