Monthly Archives: November 2015

Interview with Bleak New World’s Publisher–Clark Chamberlain

Clark Chamberlain is head of Raven International Publishing, the man behindĀ A Bleak New World. What was the story behind the story concerning Bleak New World? How did this book come about? A late night conversation with my old partner about

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Message in a Bottle for 2020

I’m on the verge of being a published writer, and that’s exciting and frightening at the same time. I’ve got spots in two trade anthologies–A Bleak New World and the Art of Losing–which was easy from the publishing standpoint. They

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Advice from a Writers of the Future Contest Judge

Okay, so this is a good news/bad news scenario. I entered the Writer’s of the Future Contest (http://www.writersofthefuture.com/), which I highly recommend, even though they rejected me. Ms. Joni Labaqui, the contest director, carried out the dubious honors of telling

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Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie

Discover twelve tales of Faerie and experience its paradox–both close and inaccessible–peopled with heroes, rogues, and ciphers. A modern dragon who desires more than mere gold, A troll who longs for the kiss of sunlight on his skin, Pixies who

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Cover Reveal for The Art of Losing

I’m going to be in another anthology, The Art of Losing, due to be out December 1st (2015). This one has my short story Trojan Wargames in it, the tale behind the saga of the Trojan War. The ebook cover’s

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Chris Galford on A Bleak New World

This is a reblog of a post by fellow author Chris Galford on his thoughts on being involved in the recently-released anthology, A Bleak New World. I’m in it, too, for my short story, Property, which is all about where

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Interview with Gail Dore

Our guest this week is a pal of mine from Absolute Write. We hang out together at Grandma Susie’s (it’s a whole story by itself), and she’s a lot of fun to trade banter with. She’s also a trade-published author

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