Tags » Galleys

Mess, noise, static

“The derecho felled my father, I mean my maple tree”: that’s a line from my forthcoming book, Radioland. My desk at home faces a large old maple, and beyond that Myers St., and beyond that House Mountain. 533 more words

Let Me Tell You: New Stories, Essays, and Other Writings, by Shirley Jackson

I often tell people how much I love Shirley Jackson, what with having read and enjoyed The Haunting of Hill House and having read and LOVED… 491 more words

Reviews

Galleys and the final proof before publication

In the last week, I received galley proofs from two different publishers for a couple of my plays that are about to “go public.” Galleys are the camera-ready pages of the script. 511 more words

Playwriting

Milestones

Last week Thursday, July 16th, wound up being something of a banner day for me, though I hadn’t expected it to be so when I woke up that morning. 814 more words

The Philosopher Kings, by Jo Walton

After reading The Just City, I was super excited to see what would happen next to my favorite Plato-embracing humans. If you haven’t read… 524 more words

Reviews

Backdoor Publishing Gig

By Thonie Hevron

This article is a re-post from Marilyn Meredith’s blog, Marilyn’s Musings which appeared June 21, 2015. Marilyn posts about writing, her appearances and often has guest poster sharing their expertise or in my case, experience. 655 more words

Writer's Notes

China Rich Girlfriend, by Kevin Kwan

I read Crazy Rich Asians last year with my book club and it was a complete surprise “holy crap this is great” book. I had no idea I would love a book like that so much, but I did. 621 more words

Reviews