Monthly Archives: July 2009

Fiction Career Workshop

In September, Kris and I will be doing a weekend-long workshop covering as much as we can jam in about the fiction career. We talk about how to write stories and novels that sell, what happens in editor’s offices, and … Continue reading

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Getting the Call

Lee Hultenschmidt, editor at Dorchester Publishing did a fine blog about good questions to think of and ask an editor when you get the call from an editor. But I only want to add one thing. Don’t agree to any … Continue reading

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New Story Coming Out

I have a fun story coming out in an anthology called Intelligent Design edited by Denise Little and published by DAW Books. The book should be in the stores in about a month. Watch for it. (Kris is also in … Continue reading

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Tom Watson

He’s a year older than I am and he damned near won the British Open. I was so stunned, I could hardly watch it. I had taped it and somehow hadn’t heard the results, so I found myself on the … Continue reading

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Charles N. Brown

I learned this morning that Locus publisher Charles N. Brown died last night. After seeing him at Worldcon, I’m not completely surprised, but I am very saddened. In the late 1980′s, as Kris and I started up Pulphouse Publishing, Charles … Continue reading

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New Challenge and Updates

Time for some housekeeping after all the fun with copyrights and Life After this or that. First off, it is streak update time. Fire me your updates and take a look back at the December posts I did about goals … Continue reading

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Life After Copyright

Another title for this post might be Life After Writers, but even without copyright laws, some writers would still write for free, and there is a great deal more to copyright than just writers. And thus the reason for the … Continue reading

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