'Fall Of The Hammer' inches yet closer to release. Just a few lingering changes, and a lesson learned from same.
On the ways self-publishing gets dinged as illegitimate, and how to rebut them.
Are international literary prizes just for "foreign writers who make sense to us"?
In re: "I can’t help feeling a bit depressed that so many of the cool new writers are dead."
On how social-reading network Wattpad is becoming a hub for discovering the next big thing.
New tools for publishing on Kindle are a major step forward.
On preparing 'Welcome To The Fold' for (self)-publication.
How to survive the modern digital cultural flood: have no sense of history.
"In this cocoon, the working class is something to make money from..."
Having a larger audience helps, but not at the cost of creative latitude.
Where'd "Welcome to the Fold" go? It's right here, waiting.
On how some creative folks don't know how to follow their hearts.
ATTENTION READERS/FANS OF MY WRITING AND MOST EVERYONE ELSE TO BOOT: I need your help! I have just submitted my far-future SF fantasia Flight of the Vajra to The Nerdist's new Space Opera competition over at Inkshares: https://www.inkshares.com/books/flight-of-the-vajra Here are...
Now you can get signed editions of my e-books -- sorta-kinda!
Now the really hard work begins for 'Welcome to the Fold': finding an audience for it.
Why "DIY or die" may not cut it anymore.
Publishing's got a brand new bag of author exploitation.
But of course it's scary to stick your neck out.
Maybe audiences, authors, and critics should be cultivated together, not separately.
Breaking news: 'Welcome to the Fold' will not be self-published. At least, not at first.
Why Do All Records Sound the Same? — Cuepoint — Medium Just as a modern politician’s job is to deliver seven second soundbites, [Maroon Five]'s job is to deliver seven second audio clips which will encourage young-ish people with a...
Warning: Navel-gazing within!
Publishing companies: the unknown ideal.
Amazon's new publishing curation system: the non-wisdom of crowds.
On why hyping yourself always feels like it should be someone else's job -- except when it really isn't.
Science fiction, rebooted.
New York City
Other Lives Of The Mind