I mean, look at this cover. That’s Ankor Wat on fire from beyond space, and that’s not just there to look cool; it’s relevant to the content: specifically chapters 8 and 9 of the serial Ulysses and the Fugitive. All manner of espionage, aliens, and Burning Man ensues. We also get Caligulia’s take on his love … More Unnamed Journal 3.3 is Pretty Rad.
The next issue of Unnamed Journal has been set, and we’re just organizing materials. At present, it’s looking like: Two, possibly three chapters of Ulysses & the Fugitive The third Meditation of Caius Caligula A smuggler tale set in the same universe as Chamber of Pain Something lighthearted involving banjos and zombies. Also, the cover’s … More Incoming Unnamed Journal
I’ve made a decision to cut the cord on my ongoing poetry anthology, Stir, and release it for Kindle and paperback. I’m going to finalize selections and upload in fairly rapid order. I’m doing this in large part because I’ve decided I’m no worse at poetry than some of the things I’ve seen in lit … More Poetry Imminent. Stir to be Released on Amazon.
This post linked from Mad Genius Club is a few years old, but for an SEO noob like myself, it’s a good way to start. I have my doubts about ever mastering it, but I won’t get any better just sitting here. For Example, War To The Knife (Laredo War Trilogy Book 1)‘s main categories are: … More Picking Keywords
I’ve been told by my Unnamed Journal collaborator Mike that Goldfish pairs well with scotch. He may have specified cheap scotch. This has led to pairing Cheez-it’s with Dewars and Goldfish with Wild Turkey. Both are satisfying. And that’s how the line up for the next issue of UJ was set.
I’ve got something I’ve been crafting for weeks on Hollywood and Kevin Spacey and 90’s indie cinema, but it’s coming out on Monday. For now, read this Post by Dorothy Grant at Mad Genius Club. It explains several things: How Christmas season became an insane time of shopping deals and inventory clearances. How publishers stopped … More Taxation and Inventory and Christmas and Dead Genres
One one level, having to deny that something is dead is evidence that a significant number of people thing it is, which is “dead” in pop-culture terms. And that’s true as far as it goes. But pop-culture isn’t everything. So on another level, the internet is filled with blogging. If you consider social media micro-blogging … More Of Course Blogging Isn’t Dead.