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What's normal?

A while back, I came up for a unique idea for a novel. It was to be the fictional biography of an author (not me) named H.B. 438 more words


Book review: This Is a Good Story, by Adam Lehrhaupt, illustrated by Magali Le Huche

Lehrhaupt, Adam. This is a Good Story. Illustrated by Magali Le Huche. Paula Wiseman Book, 2017. $17.99. ISBN 9781481429351. Unpaged.  Ages 4-8. P8 Q9.

The author goes through the thought process to write a story with the reader, and then changes his mind to make the story better. 74 more words

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What exactly is our Job as writers?

We already into the fifth day of December before you know it Christmas will be here and then it will be the end of the year. 794 more words

F = ... / Fovéa

Les OVNIS succédant aux OVNIS…
Dans le ciel nocturne, le sillage de mon plus mystérieux, dérangeant et cliquetant opus…

“FOVÉA, Leçons de Gravité dans un Palais des Glaces” est ressorti durant les tous derniers jours d’octobre, en pleines Tri Nox de Samhain. 671 more words


Frankenstein’s Daughter

A review of Theodora Goss’ The Strange Case of The Alchemist’s Daughter (Saga Press, 2017)

By Derek Newman-Stille

The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter is Theodora Goss’ conversation across time with creators of enduring literature that explored things like what it means to be human through the figure of the outsider, the monster. 403 more words


The Red Book by Barbara Lehman

Rating: ★★★★★

Genre: Children’s lit

Medium: Hardcover

Synopsis: A boy finds a red book, and discovers that it has properties that no other book has… 218 more words

Roger Keen on Metacrime and Metahorror

My colleagues at Darkness Visible have conducted this with interview with me, concentrating on the metafictional aspects of Literary Stalker and also touching on the broader aspects of ‘self-knowing’ fictionality in film and literature, citing some of my favourite examples: 328 more words