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Hiding information in narrative

Standard disclaimer: This post looks at the text of a short story for educational purposes, and does not shy away from spoilers. If you don’t want the story spoiled. 1,102 more words

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Nice review of "The Molenstraat Music Festival"

Okay, so I probably shouldn’t read reviews of my work (too much chance of that not going well). That said, Bob Bough of Tangent, one of science fiction’s reveiw magazines, has written a great… 26 more words


The Molenstraat Music Festival in Asimovs

My novelette “The Molenstraat Music Festival” has just been published in the September issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine. It’s a story of a far future that, among advanced technology, still has time for art. 191 more words


Tangent Reviews: Asimov's Science Fiction February 2015

My latest review for Tangent Online Magazine is live. The February issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction features stories by Nick Wolven, Michael Bishop, Elizabeth Bear, Eneasz Brodski, Derek Künsken, and Leah Cypess. 15 more words


2014 in review

2014 has been kind to me. I’ve acheived a couple of lifelong goals: having a story published in Asimov’s Science Fiction, and winning a writing competition – The Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest. 240 more words


Writing Markets for Speculative Fiction Writers

The other day I asked some friends of mine on Facebook about the advantages of still writing for online magazines–specifically speculative fiction magazines. My question was less prompted by a search for bragging rights than it was about searching for ways to find more eyeballs on my work. 714 more words


It's not too late to start writing: Advice from Janet Asimov

Janet Asimov makes the argument:

“Never assume that you must have a big block of uninterrupted time for writing. The motto for writers should be carpe diem—seize the day.

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