Monthly Archives: March 2014
Recently, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about death. No, I’m not descending into depression, just considering. You see, I think a lot about the future, especially my writing future. I think about the fact that I’ve just published … Continue reading
Over the weekend, I read an article about the death of fiction. In this article, they talked about how most MFA programs are being relegated to the background as far as fiction is concerned. The article asked, “How do writers … Continue reading
If you worry about failure as a writer, please read this first.
Okay, time for more talk of publishing. As I’ve said in the past, publishing is required if a writer intends to eat. You can work other jobs for money and just sit on your stuff, but that doesn’t make you … Continue reading