Monthly Archives: September 2007

Slogging, Slogging, Slogging

Work goes forward on the novel. 1500 words so far, a little chunk that fits into the book early on, just after (sort of during) the riot at the gallery. Once the Redmond lunch-time traffic has died down, I’ll go … Continue reading

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What I Wrote in Workshop Today

It was a muted day, fishscale colored, and the sea and the horizon merged seamlessly. No wind — the waves were innocent of foam, existing as a series of sullen gray swells. Continue reading

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One of the Reasons I Keep Playing Arm

I get to weigh in with opinions like this: “I personally do not think that undead breathe, and so I feel they should not suffocate.”

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I Gotta Wear Shades

I always feel so futuristic when we eat Quorn.

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Superhero Fiction

So here’s the list of fiction(ish) drawing on comic book super-hero trophes, generated here. Novels: Michael Bishop, COUNT GEIGER’S BLUES. Michael Chabon, THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF KAVALIER AND CLAY. Tom DeHaven, IT’S SUPERMAN! Jennifer Estep, KARMA GIRL. Minister Faust, FROM … Continue reading

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Pictures of Bees

Here are some pictures of bees.

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Welcome to the new blog!

Test test test test test!

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