Daily Archives: March 3, 2005

Laurence McMillin, 1923 – 2005

News has reached me that Larry McMillin, who was my teacher, has died. Here are some of the specifics of his remarkable life, which I invite you to read and mark. I won’t be dealing with most of them here. Rather, I want to tell you of him as I knew him. He was, first […]

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The Virtue of Smaller Markets

(I put a post on submitting short stories to science fiction markets in a message board, and I think it’s interesting enough that I’ll repost it here for discussion. Have at it:) I’m planning to send out some short story work this year, and I’ll tell you why it’s rather more likely that I’ll submit […]

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