Tag Archives: Ray Bradbury

Another Morbid Week

It’s been another week of Unsafe Words invading the internet. Fang-tastic Books encouraged me to make a playlist to accompany my story collection. The playlist itself is on Spotify: The explanation of why I chose the songs I did is … Continue reading

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You must write

I’m hosting another Nanowrimo write-in at Borderlands Cafe in San Francisco’s Mission District tomorrow night, from 6-8.  It’s free, but the cafe would appreciate if you’d buy a cup of coffee or something to help keep the lights on. If … Continue reading

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The Autumn People

    My birthday is kind of a holy day for me. I try to take it off, spend it in a graveyard if at all possible. I’ve celebrated my birthday in Pere Lachaise, in the Bone Chapel of Kutna … Continue reading

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Reading vs. Writing

Do you remember the first book you ever read, and the impact it had on you? One of the first grown-up books I remember reading was Ray Bradbury’s The Illustrated Man. The poetry of the language blew me away. I … Continue reading

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Meeting my goals

As usual, I tried to stuff too much into October.  I planned to blog every day, but that morphed into trying to blog every day on both this Morbid blog and on Cemetery Travel, with occasional pieces on the Red … Continue reading

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