I’m currently working my way – bit by bit here and there – through Tom Bissell’s Magic Hours: Essays on… Read more Tom Bissell provides wisdom on publishing
Given that I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately, not just in the context of all the (probably tiresome)… Read more A few – though by no means the only – ways of getting your book published
Because I think it’s important, and it actually has only a limited amount to do with Interlude Press specifically. This… Read more One more thing about publishing and fandom in general
Okay, as promised earlier, here are my general initial concerns about the concept behind Interlude Press. Because yes, I do… Read more More about Interlude Press: I have some (very preliminary) concerns
So today this happened. Basically, a bunch of fic authors/fans, primarily in the Glee fandom, are starting an LGBTQ-focused publishing… Read more People in fandom have started a fandom-focused publishing house and I don’t know what to think yet
Rahul Kanakia has written an awesome post over on his blog about the tyranny of privilege inherent in the creative… Read more Screw MFAs; we need to tell richer stories.
Yesterday I finished doing something I’d never done before: Scrapping 95% of a book and rewriting it from scratch. Initially… Read more What I’ve learned so far in 2014
2012 was a little bit of a dry year for me, story sale-wise. There were a couple of very high… Read more Okay, so here’s what doing this can be like.
I got my start writing fanfiction. Actually, that’s not completely true: I got my start in writing as a six-year-old… Read more Five things fanfiction taught me about writing as a career and five things it didn’t
In case anyone’s interested, my academic alter-ego wrote a post for Cyborgology the other day that deals with my complicated… Read more Crossing the blog streams a bit again