A few thoughts (and a few too many words) on publishing

WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! THE POST IS NOT MEANT TO DISRESPECT ANY FORM OF PUBLISHING WHATSOEVER. Just so there isn’t any confusion about what I’m about to say. So I was invited to participate in the Indie Fall Fest by Krista and Kristen. My very cool press BookFish Books hooked me up with them and I… Continue reading A few thoughts (and a few too many words) on publishing

Interview with Samuel Snoek-Brown on the release day of Hagridden

    So today’s the kick off to the blog tour for ¬†Samuel Snoek-Brown’s debut novel, Hagridden and guess who gets to start it? That’s right! Me! Sam and I met via Jersey Devil Press – a great magazine that I am proud to be a part of. I’m a big fan of his writing… Continue reading Interview with Samuel Snoek-Brown on the release day of Hagridden

Monday Morning Poems, an Excerpt link, and A Small Ranty Thing About This Country

Good morning, lovelies… I am exhausted this morning from a fantastic family weekend so I’ll keep try to keep this short. The very cool Jonathan Penton at Unlikely Stories was kind enough to accept this How To Be An American poem to add to what is a great collection for the May issue of Unlikely… Continue reading Monday Morning Poems, an Excerpt link, and A Small Ranty Thing About This Country

The Heart of this Beastly Industry: My Thank You to Small Presses

This is a weird time to be a writer. At least the kind that tries to publish (not the Emily Dickinson-they’ll- find -it -when- I’m -dead kind). Everyone keeps talking about what a boom this is for writers these days – with the old guards crumbling and writers being able to connect directly with their… Continue reading The Heart of this Beastly Industry: My Thank You to Small Presses