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Tag Archives: carrie vaughn
Guest Post: Carrie Vaughn on That Ineffable Quality of Voice
Ask many writers what got them to the next level, what separates great writers from good writers, sparkling writing from the merely competent, and they’ll often give the same answer: voice. A voice that stands out, that grabs the reader and … Continue reading
Posted in guest post Tagged carrie vaughn, developing voice, narrative voice, point-of-view 1 Comment
Reading List: Superhero Fiction
I recently posted in a Reddit thread about superhero novels and thought that the list I put together there might form an interesting blog post.
Superhero novels are near and dear to my heart for several reasons.
Posted in superhero fiction Tagged caitlin kittredge, carrie vaughn, george r.r. martin, jackie kessler, jacqueline carey, james maxey, jennifer estep, mark leyner, michael bishop, michael chabon, michael stackpole, minister faust, ms. liberty gets a haircut, mur lafferty, philip jose farmer, shadow unit, superhero fiction 4 Comments