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One of the things I’ve been doing this year is getting back into art, since it was my first love (after paleontology, which at 7 I was convinced was my life’s calling–I mean, DINOSAURS, man!). Anyway, I now have an Etsy shop in which I sell handmade journals and books, mixed media art, and more;Continue reading “Side Projects and Such”
I’ve been absent here for a while; there are reasons, and I’ll get into those in a later post. For now, have a look at the cover of my m/m novelette “The Long Change,” coming September 1 from The Wild Rose Press. In the meantime, if you’d like to support my other creative endeavors, youContinue reading “News”
What do you do with your coloring pages when you’re done coloring them? Here are 11 DIY ways to use your coloring pages! Source: 11 Crafty Ways to Use Your Coloring Pages – Cleverpedia
Whatever “Self-loathing is in the writer’s blood.” What? No. http://t.co/3W9SwUeEsG— John Scalzi (@scalzi) December 17, 2013 I’m a writer and I really don’t have self-loathing in my blood, or in my liver or indeed in any other organ or part of my body (including the brain, which I suspect is ultimately the relevant organ underContinue reading “Loathing is a Strong Word to Apply to One’s Self”
SST Publications are proud to announce the release of Tales of Obscenity #1. This exciting debut issue of our new horror & erotic horror magazine features fiction by Jennifer Loring, Angeline Hawkes, Ty Schwamberger, John Everson, Jeremy Terry, M.R. Gott, Christopher Fulbright and J.F. Gonzalez. The beautiful cover art is by David Ho and theContinue reading “TALES OF OBSCENITY #1 PUBLICATION ANNOUNCEMENT”
I am counting the days until June 30. That’s the day I graduate from grad school with a shiny MFA and begin the rest of my life. It’s been a mostly enjoyable couple of years, and I’ve learned a lot, but this term is especially labor-intensive despite having finished my thesis (still needs edits). I’mContinue reading “Time Enough”