So, I joined OkCupid recently, just using the free program because why would I pay? Not having much luck there. I also went ahead and subscribed to eharmony, since paid programs sometimes attract more committed folks. Not much luck there either. Why am I doing this? Why, when I know only 5% of autistic adults … Continue reading Looking Forward to Rejection
My previous entry on how to do critique partnerships may have been a bit heavy on demands and rules. I've come up with something a lot simpler. You give me as much of your writing as you want. I'll get back to you in 30 days. All I ask in return is that you extend … Continue reading How Does I Critique Good? Redux
The blog returns!
A meditation on creativity and juice.
How does I critique good? Today let's talk about how to give excellent critiques to our writing partners.
Some book updates, Octavia Butler, and Dracula!
Once, I had a vision. I would write an amazing comic book and find an artist to draw it with me. Not for me. With me. You know, a collaboration. Like Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Or Ditko and Lee. Or Simon and Schuster. Wait, that last one doesn't work. Anyway, the basic idea was … Continue reading Pay Your Artists