I’ve decided to make this a series. I have purchased a few copies of now-public-domain writing magazines from the 30s-50s and I’m reprinting various articles from them and calling them “Writing Tips from the Pulp Era.”... [post continued here]
I have my proof back and everything looks good. So I’ve flipped the switch making it available for purchase in paperback. Down below you’ll see what to expect.
It took … ... [post continued here]
Here’s what’s been going on in the world of StoryHack.
I just ordered a physical proof of StoryHack Issue 1. I just want to make sure everything looks good before shipping to backers.
I wrote and did some testing on … ... [post continued here]
First, a couple of examples for those who are interested in behind the scenes stuff. At the end, I’ll collect a list of things I’ve learned. And I’ve talked about a couple of other cover projects before.
Project 1… ... [post continued here]
- I believe I have now responded to all submissions for this issue of StoryHack. Contact me if you’re still waiting.
- I’ll post the lineup sometime next week after contracts are all signed and whatnot.
- Still waiting on the
This is the first in a series I’m calling “Writing Tips from the Pulp Era.” These are writing articles from books and magazines that have entered the public domain.... [post continued here]
Submissions are now closed for StoryHack Issue 1. Thanks to everyone who has submitted. I wish I could select more stories. I don’t feel like a gatekeeper standing watch at the entrance to the Great Hall of Quality Fiction. I … ... [post continued here]
Special treat today on the podcast. I had a chance to interview Ron Fortier. He’s probably the greatest living expert on the Green Hornet. I guess that makes … ... [post continued here]
On Friday last week Kickstarter finished doing the things it had to do and it sent me the pledged money for Issue 1. That means I can start paying authors and artists. In fact, I’ve accepted and sent out contracts … ... [post continued here]
Thanks to a bundle of support during a successful kickstarter campaign, it’s time to get moving on Issue #1. So I’m firing the metaphorical starting gun now and opening up submissions. They’ll be open until 12:01 AM on July 3rd, … ... [post continued here]
A couple of weeks ago, Daniel made the journey all the way out to beautiful StoryHack Studios for an in person chat. Not that Skype is bad or anything, but it is always much more fun to do these in person. Daniel's the founder of the Hugo-finalist podcast Dungeon Crawlers Radio. Today, his debut novel is officially released, so...
I just did an interview over at Jon Del Arroz’s blog. Go check it out.