Trying to Keep my Resolution

So far, keeping this year’s New Year’s Resolution has proven challenging. I had decided that in addition to whatever other writing assignment I had, I would also carve time out for at least one short story, figuring that 12 new stories by year’s end would be lovely. It hasn’t quite been working out that way. In January, I wrote two stories for pay and in March I was a long-term sub which was effectively a fulltime job shoving the paid […]

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2017 is Getting Full of Words

Between January and July, I have five different projects coming out, which makes me sound busier than I feel. We had Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone kick off the year to much acclaim and (hopefully) good sales. In March, Sequart’s long awaited Bright Eyes, Ape City: Examining the Planet of the Apes Mythos. Then, come May 26, I will have stories in two books making their debut at Balticon. First, there’s If we had Known, a […]

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The Concert Experience

I have never seen a meme spread as quickly as this week’s concert guessing game where you list ten acts you’ve seen but readers have to guess which one is a lie. It did get me tripping down memory lane, thinking about all the shows I’ve seen through the years and consider myself fairly fortunate to have seen many of the major acts in rock and roll and beyond. The first such show was Led Zeppelin at the Nassau Coliseum […]

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