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Back to writing, in collaboration with my Brisbane friend Sian and the assistance of author wrangler Rachel & author wrangler assistant Cuinn Cattledog. And, oh yeah, I’m blogging again too, did you notice? Continue reading
Writing science fiction (as opposed to science fantasy) requires research & reading. Here’s some of the spacy stuff I read, so that I can write spacy too.
In which I celebrate the imminent start of NaNoWriMo 2012 — & the resurrection of my writing life.
Yesterday after I posted about publication of my story “Pushaway” to my Facebook wall, my friend Cyd told me that I have an author profile on Goodreads. And what is Goodreads? It’s “the largest site for readers and book recommendations … Continue reading
I feel like talking about the Book of Job again, because (1) I’ll be giving a talk that starts out with my Job poem “Sermon” next month & (2) I’m reading a lot of old emails about a particularly Job-relevant period of my life.
“She said But you’re weird! as if / to say a repetition of it would / impel me to remember / it was not to be treated as a compliment, / an identity, a friend.” A poem for National Poetry Month.
“He said that? you heard him? The bastard! / I used to love him. Some ways I still do… / but honey, don’t believe all you hear. / He can put it on Larry King Live, / he can write it up in the Bible / for every preacher to preach, / it’ll still be a goddamn lie….” A poem for National Poetry Month.