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Art is Fun! And Inspiring!

Art is Fun! And Inspiring!

A few years ago, I wrote a blog post about a painting that I saw in the Carnegie Museum of Art. Earlier this week, I got an email letting me know that the artist, Anselm Kiefer now has an Artsy page. If you like art, you should totally check it out. You can check out […]

The Symphony, a Workshop, a Lecture, ...

The Symphony, a Workshop, a Lecture, and a New Story!

I had a single-day weekend this week, but I feel like I made the most of it. Paul and I went to the Sci-Fi Spectacular at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra on Friday night. That was very cool–lots of great music and an appearance by George Takei. Then, on Saturday I attended Parsec‘s YA Lecture Series […]

Things I’d Like to See in the T...

Things I’d Like to See in the Triangulation Slushpile

I didn’t want to put a long list of ideas or restrictions in my submission guidelines. As an author, I prefer simple guidelines, so that is what I decided to do for the actual submission page. Above anything else, I don’t want to discourage anyone. Send me your stories. I want to read them. I […]

Triangulation: Lost Voices

Triangulation: Lost Voices

In 2007, I got the first good news in my professional writing life–I won second place in the Parsec Short Story Contest. I was so excited that I literally had to go outside to hop around and giggle. The next year, Pete Butler asked me if I wanted to read submissions for Triangulation: Taking Flight. […]

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