Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Conversation with Marrus…

I first remember meeting Marrus a while back, when I was going to college at NYU, trying to convince myself that I hadn’t made a big mistake switching out my “safe” major for a creative-focused course of study that was … Continue reading

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Coming Soon – A Conversation with Marrus

Giving everyone the heads up. My next guest shall be the fabulous Marrus, she of the amazing art and stories, who lives in the house she and her partner, Jay, built from the ground up, who paints fantastic creatures that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Teaching

I have many friends who are teachers. My mother is a teacher. My family and friends teach. It seems that all my life, I have heard stories of teaching, been inspired by teachers, and thought that I, too, might someday … Continue reading

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Quick note…

It’s been a little crazy over here at the Infamous Scribbler cave. I’ve been doing way less scribbling, and way more hand-holding, editing, teaching, and other things than I had hoped. I’m about to hit my third week of teaching … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Neil Gibson…

Halfway down the crowded aisle in the Dragon*Con vendor’s hall, I spotted the signature backdrop for Twisted Dark – an imposing black, red and white banner with the eye-arresting cover of Volume One. Yes, it was the first day of Con, … Continue reading

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Coming Soon – A Conversation with Neil Gibson

Just a small teaser for the next Conversation, this one with Neil Gibson, the evil genius behind Twisted Dark, Twisted Light, Tabatha, and various other offerings from Neil Gibson Comics. As I mentioned before, I was strolling through Dragon*Con when … Continue reading

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“The Case of the Southern Gentleman at the Midnight Ball”

So, while I was out, eFiction magazines re-did their whole format, and now my short steampunk detective story, “The Case of the Southern Gentleman at the Midnight Ball” is available in various formats (.mobi, .PDF, .epub). It was previously only … Continue reading

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Dragon*Con Rundown

I’ve been back from Dragon*Con for about a day and a half, and still have a stack of things that need to be done, some of which really should not be waiting for me to write a rambling blog post, … Continue reading

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