Given that I’m currently in a frenzy preparing for a writers conference (and not at all panicky (not at all)), I’m dashing out of my hermit hole to toss you a brief post about the merits of writers conferences as this week’s food for thought before darting back into the dungeon of my own to-do list.
I bring to you in my sleep-deprivation only a short and hurried post this week, for I have just returned from conquest. A month ago I mentioned a little deadline I had imposed upon myself. That deadline was February 7. And I, dear reader, have emerged victorious. Continue reading Victory (Partly)
Does compelling fiction augment reality? On the contrary, I would argue, it compresses reality, so that we can begin to comprehend its vastness within the scope of our limited perspective. Continue reading Does Fiction Give Us Unrealistic Expectations?