Monthly Archives: August 2012

Random Musings – The Non-Fiction Short Story Novel

Any sports fans out there? I hope so, because I’m about to write about a sports book. If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you might recall a post I made a while back about my fascination … Continue reading

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Random Musings – Visualizing Your Prose

I’m not entirely sure if that title makes sense in the context of what I’m going to say here today, but it sounds good to me. Now, to the topic at hand, which is an issue that I see a … Continue reading

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A Call For Human Stories

Each month I offer my students a PDF that explains general guidelines for how to end a story and suggests what you shouldn’t do. I also provide them with a link from Strange Horizons about Stories We’ve Seen Too Often. … Continue reading

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What it’s Like Living Here

An online journal called Numero Cinq (“a warm place on a cruel web”) has a feature called “What it’s Like Living Here.”  Short essays describe living in a certain place, along with offering some of the author’s trials and personalities. … Continue reading

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