Today we’re going to talk about constipation And emus…little, purple ones….that wear monocles and speak with a British accent, plus Mark Zuckerberg’s personal quest to keep me from realizing … Continue reading Can I Borrow Your Couch for a Bit?
So as I’ve said many times (here, and here, and here), one of the greatest joys of being involved in the Philadelphia Writers’ Conference is the opportunity to meet some great … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews….Austin Camacho and Denise Camacho
I love my gardens. I grow several throughout the yard. Splashes of color and light, a mixture of the natural and artifice. I’m an inconstant gardener, often not planting for years … Continue reading How does my Garden Grow?
Janice Gable Bashman is intense! A petite (dare I say “elvish”) lady with intelligent eyes and a quick, quiet wit, Janice has a boundless imagination that can dwell in some pretty … Continue reading KnippKnopp Interviews…Janice Gable Bashman
I’ve mentioned several times the importance of small press to todays writers. (here, and here, and here!) The interesting things about these publishers is how well they operate within … Continue reading KnippKnopp Interviews…Grey Matter Press
My interview with crime novelist Dennis Tafoya ran over last week, so here’s the second part. Enjoy! You’ve garnered some interest in Hollywood, what’s that experience been like? I have … Continue reading KnippKnopp Interviews…..Dennis Tafoya Part Deux!
Dennis Tafoya is one of the good ones. Possessing an “I’m just this guy” appeal that belies a ridiculous amount of talent, Dennis writes crime fiction with a gripping, poetic … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews….Dennis Tafoya
D.L. Wilson is one cool cat. Everything about him radiates cool, from his jet-setting former career, to his mellow demeanor, to that feeling you get every time you speak to … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews…D.L. Wilson
One of the most exciting things about being a writer today is the number of venues available for getting your work published. There’s the traditional big press, those international publishing … Continue reading KnippKnopp Interviews…Kim Richards Gilchrist of Damnation Books
The editorial calendar says this is the week I write my first advice column for young writers. I know what you’re thinking. Jim, haven’t you been writing for like only … Continue reading Writers Advice – Show Don’t Tell