Monthly Archives: September 2016

Writing an Author Bio

One of the things that always entertained me when I was hosting readings was when I would the writers to send me a bio (short for biography) with which to introduce themselves. Bios are always written in third person, in order … Continue reading

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All the Morbid to Date

Tomorrow: Why (And How) Writers Write: A panel starring Dana Fredsti, Loren Rhoads, and S.G. Browne Where: Borderlands Books When: Sunday, September 11 at Noon Punch and pie. (Not really, but you can buy coffee and pastries in the cafe.) … Continue reading

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Lower Manhattan, April 2002

I stumbled on the crater left by the World Trade Center by accident. It’s hard to believe that was 14 years ago.

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Why do writers write?

This Sunday (9/11/16), I’ll be joining S.G. Browne and Dana Fredsti at Borderlands Cafe in San Francisco to figure out just why writers write.  The panel discussion will roam from the philosophical to the practical: why, how, and where to … Continue reading

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Interview with editor and writer Loren Rhoads

Found an old interview with me…

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