Tag Archives: business

Authenticity.

I spent much of last night reworking this website. To be more specific, I was reworking some of the “permanent” copy on the informational pages. The design, as you can see, is the same for the most part, though some of the content for several of the pages of the site (as opposed to the …

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Duotrope

I finally joined. At least I’ll check it out for a few months. For those who don’t know, Duotrope is a sort of searchable database for writers. With it, one can search for magazines and journals and such that most match, in tone, style and length, the sort of piece one has written. A writer …

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Announcing the Launch Date for “Thank You For Ten”

I mentioned last week I would have an announcement about when my short story collection would be made available for purchase. I’m here to keep my word on that front. I’m happy (and more than a tad nervous) to announce here today that Thank You For Ten: Short Fiction About a Little Theater  will launch on …

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It’s a Business. Every…Single…Time

A much beloved ball player goes to play for his city’s arch rival without the slightest bit of regret. From him we hear, “hey, sports is a business.” A highly intelligent, groundbreaking television show with a vehemently loyal fan base that happens to be the wrong age and thus isn’t profitable overnight is cancelled after …

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