If you wear glasses, you’re familiar with that part of the eye exam when your doctor lowers a phoropter into position in front your face and starts flipping between lenses, asking, “Which is better? One? Or two? One? Or two?” *** I finished my novella about seven weeks ago, and immediately started working on what … More One? Or Two?
Opinions. We all have them. In the absence of empirical truth, we generally feel comfortable with our opinions, and feel justified in expressing them. I’m no exception. I can think of a handful of writers, all of whom are regarded as masters of their craft, whose work leaves me cold. Similarly, there are dozens of … More pəʊ-teɪ-təʊ, pəʊ-tɑ-təʊ
I’m giving myself a gift. I don’t generally, during the holidays, but this year, yes, this year…? Yes. The internet has changed the world for writers. It’s a good thing, in many ways, but I have, truthfully, felt a bit smothered by it—the necessity for promotion, the struggle to be everywhere, to be heard. I … More Gift