Monthly Archives: April 2015

Genre Trouble: All Art is Interactive (or Why There Are Many Ways to Review)

As I have been reading and reviewing, I’ve listened to a lot of conversations about the “right” way to review. Part of the current backlash against People Who Are Not Our Demographic Producing Things We Produce (be that video games, … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 26 April 2015 (WIP: Ship’s Heart, character interview)

Downbelow, the Inhabitants make music in the infrared, and I bathe my own inhabitants (those lower-case, the Humans) in subtle movements of warmth. I wear my history, in the constant circulation of signals, in the minute dents in the hull; … Continue reading

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Ship’s Heart: Naime the Shipwright (character interview)

My day, or rather, my Day, is counted differently now that I am no longer mortal, or rather, embodied in a mortal frame.

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Goals: Sick Days

In Kris Rusch’s Freelancer’s Survival Guide, there’s a great guideline for when to take sick days. If your Toughest Boss Ever would have said, “Go home, you’re sick,” then take the day. Well, my Toughest Boss Ever is me. I … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 19 April 2015 (WIP: Ship’s Heart)

Mavra turned to Ferenc. “It’s a story, but yes, on Karis they did once cut throats on the altar of the Queen of the Snows. For treason and for disobeying clan-affiliation rules, but they haven’t done that in recent times, … Continue reading

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Ship’s Heart: Naime the Shipwright (character interview)

Sick with a spring cold and/or allergies, and still struggling with nonfiction writing. So instead, another fictional excerpt which is more than a propos to some of our current questions. *** Love is atmosphere, it’s safety, it’s the circle within … Continue reading

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Ship’s Heart: Naime the Shipwright (character interview)

I am Naime-Martisset yr Astok. My parents and their marriage-patron are long dead, as am I. I persist now as a memory, one of the Ship’s-Hearts, though it’s no longer a ship, really, but … that’s another story. Too long … Continue reading

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