Daily Archives: October 10, 2005

NaNoWriMo Revisited

I was asked in e-mail to air my thoughts regarding the upcoming National Novel Writing Month, which happens in November: The idea is to start and complete an entire novel in a single month (that month, clearly, being November). As it happens, I already wrote about my thoughts on NaNoWriMo two years ago, so rather […]

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La la la la la la la la

To the folks writing me e-mails asking me to comment about one thing or another happening in the world: You know, I would, but I’m going through one of my occasional periods of intense apathy about national and world events, so at the moment I’m finding it hard to care. I suspect it’s partly a […]

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Questions for a Soldier — an Old Man’s War Tale

One of the Whatever readers was apparently haunting the Subterranean Press site recently and noticed something there for pre-order called "An Old Man’s War Tale" and wanted to know what it was about. Well, now that I’ve finished it and it’s been accepted, I can tell you about it. Every year Subterranean Press puts out […]

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