A worthy read from author J.D. Cowan: It's 2021, but have you noticed? Does it really matter? Has it really felt like a new year yet, or do you still feel like you're trapped in an endless spin cycle of the same 365 years forever and ever? For all intents and purposes would it be … Continue reading Reposted: The Concurrent Year
Check out this intriguing piece by J.D. Cowan, readers: Fantastic Passings While we have reached the End of Pop Culture, we are beginning to learn a lot of other new facts about the people behind the curtain of what we consume. Many years ago, many even just a few--it depends on who you are, one got … Continue reading Reposted: Fantastic Passings
In this series, we have covered the “small things” for which an author would need to write a Query Letter. These are the query letters for the short story and the nonfiction article, which can and often does cover a multitude of subjects. With a little adaptation, the formats for these particular query letters can … Continue reading The Query Letter, Part 3: How to Write a Query Letter for a Novel
Convention-goers across the world have found themselves unable to attend these events due to circumstances outside theirs and the organizers’ control. Nevertheless, some conventions have convened virtually through the Internet to provide fans with the essential parts of the celebration. DragonCon, typically held in Atlanta, Georgia, was no exception. Among the panels that occurred virtually … Continue reading Superversive Dragons from DragonCon!