I don’t care what you say, that’s just cool. This first of our quarterly issues contains a whole mess of cool jazz, which you don’t need me to tell you about, because it’s right there on the cover. But I will say that The Meditations of Caius Caligulia is an idea I’ve been batting around … More Unnamed Journal 13 and A Callback to a Mad Emperor
Why would recycle a Ron Paul meme? Why wouldn’t I? Why aren’t you? Okay, so first thing, the new edition of the new quarterly Unnamed Journal is out tomorrow. Layouts will be finished tonight. Next, Void will finally see the light of day as a completed novella, at month’s end. The final edits are done, I … More New Stuff! New Stuff! New Stuff!
One of the difficulties of approaching art of any kind is learning to drop your prejudices when encountering it. This is true regardless of what class of art you’re talking about. It’s very easy to dismiss something you haven’t read as without value, because if it had value, you’d have already appreciated it, right? … More Of Conan and Carver
Or, Volume 2, Issue 4, if you prefer. Last issue was WW1-related, this one dives into the existential murk that accompanies space travel. It has the recently-finished final three chapters of Void, and an Alfred Underhill short story, The Tribe. It’s good stuff. Read it for free at Joomag.
I just put the most satisfying words – THE END – an author ever composes onto Void. The last three chapters will be available in their entirety in the next issue of Unnamed Journal. Which means I’ve finished almost a week ahead of my June 1st deadline. Which means I’ve hit all my deadlines this year – … More That’s Three Novellas Done, Gang.
I’ve been told by people that it’s impressive how much progress I’m making in these projects I’m doing. I appreciate their appreciation, and prefer that I’m actually getting things done instead of aspiring to them. But I, as the author, know better. Void is a pain in my butt. Because I’ve been writing it for a … More Struggling Through the Void
A bunch of merry business has gone by. Allow me to fill you in: The Party At the Last Tomorrow is finished. Drafted, anyway. I’m going to go back in the summer and give it a thorough edit, tie down some loose threads, establish the things in the early chapters that I pantsed in the … More Pre-Vacation Update