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Dream Brother

There is a child sleeping near his twin
The pictures go wild in a rush of wind
That dark angel he is shuffling in
Watching over them with his black feather wings unfurled… 270 more words


Another Voice in the Internet Ether

I know that’s not very clever, but as the title of this blog suggests, it’s for me, and not to impress anyone.

I know your allow do be selfish on the internet… I think that might be the point of the internet. 1,145 more words


SONG OF THE DAY: "Uppr Dwnr" by Dream Brother

“Uppr Dwnr” by Dream Brother sounds exactly like its title. The song is in a major key (signifying the ‘Uppr’ part, if you will), yet it moves at an unusually slow rate (what can be thought of as the ‘Dwnr’ portion). 109 more words

Song Of The Day

Agents. Qualified literary gatekeepers?

A few years ago, Samuel Moffie submitted The Perfect Martini to 100 literary agents. Actually, he submitted 90% of the first twenty pages of Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions disguised as The Perfect Martini. 324 more words

Indie Authors

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Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel Provides the following article from his blog. He brings up an excellent point. Are agents necessary any longer? Let Brian know what you think - and I would love to hear too!   http://polldaddy.com/poll/8076997/

Author Interview: Brian Marggraf

Brian Marggraf is a New York City teacher and the author of Dream Brother, a debut novel about dreams, drugs, and memories. Here is my interview with him:  803 more words