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LOOKING BACK AT “32 OF LOVECRAFT’S FAVORITE WORDS”

This post originally appeared on the blog Mel Odom and I set up for the Arron of the Black Forest series—a series that stopped, unfortunately, at the first book—but looking back at this I thought it was worth sharing again, … Continue reading

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AUTHORS ON IDEAS

I read what other authors have to say about writing. I wouldn’t say I read that “obsessively,” but definitely “regularly.” You should be doing that to—and, I guess, if you’re reading this right now . . . you are! Though I don’t do … Continue reading

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THE FANTASY AUTHOR’S HANDBOOK INTERVIEW XXII: MARK GOTTLIEB

Literary agent Mark Gottlieb began his publishing career while still at Emerson College, where he helped establish Wilde Press. After a stint at Berkley Books, Mark went to the Trident Media Group, Publishers Marketplace’s number one ranked literary agency, first … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 11: WRITE FIRST AND ALWAYS

Well, we’ve finally made it to the eleventh and last of this long series of posts examining Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want a last look at the full … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 10: THINK ONLY OF THE BOOK YOU ARE WRITING

Welcome to the penultimate chapter of this rather long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. As always, if you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want another look at the full list of … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 9: DISCARD THE PROGRAM

Kind of a short one today—I have a long to do list ahead of me! I’m getting close to the end of this long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been following … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 8: DON’T BE A DRAUGHT HORSE

We’re rounding the final curve in this very long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing, and if you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want another look at the full list of commandments, … Continue reading

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