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Monthly Archives: March 2015
Advertisement plastered on Spinner Press’s reading wall: Bella Kanto’s most notable adventures, now available in a special omnibus edition of the Tales of Kanto! Color plates include portraits of Kanto in both Winter’s armor and standard Arena gear. Edition includes: … Continue reading
A Brief Treatise on Magical Energy and The Practice of Eating Beasts, Being A Primer for Elementary Students of the College of Mages by Sebastiano Silvercloth (private publication of the College of Mages) To understand the basic principle behind this … Continue reading
Addressed to Alberic, 23rd Duke of Tabat, Commander of its Navies and Armies, and Peace-Keeper in the fourth month of winter of Year 299 of Tabat’s Rule We trust that this letter finds His Grace well. Because we are so … Continue reading
Here’s where I’ll be this year at Norwescon. For most of the panels, the title seems self-explanatory. I suspect that “Worth the Dues?” will be about SFWA. Diversity in Spec Fic Publishing Fri 2:00pm-3:00pm – Cascade 3&4 Dennis R. Upkins … Continue reading
One of the questions that’s come up repeatedly as a result of the recent vote to admit indie and small press published members: why join at all? I joined as soon as I was qualified because Ann Crispin told me … Continue reading
Everyone always wants to know the writer’s writing origins, when for many of us we can’t recall the first time we scratched out a story. Was it a moment of inspiration, they want to know, a story we’d run across … Continue reading
Hello! Most of the con, I’ll be hanging out at the Wordfire Press booth. Stop by and you can get one of the very first copies of Beasts of Tabat! I am hoping to have some cool stickers to hand … Continue reading
The second-most interesting thing about writing for video games is that odds are, the bulk of the writing that youâ€™ll be doing will have very little to do with the â€œmainâ€ plot and its showier expressions. Yes, there is dialog … Continue reading
An Instructive and Informative Listing of the Chal Shops of Tabat, being Pamphlet #4 of the second series of “A Visitor’s Guide to Tabat”, Spinner Press, author unknown. While in Tabat, the visitor will want to try the drink it’s … Continue reading
Reading makes you smarter. Letâ€™s go ahead and assert that as fact. Research actually indicates that there is a direct correlation between reading and intelligence. For that reason alone, you should be reading fantasy. Beyond that however, whatâ€™s so special … Continue reading