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GenreCon 2017, for your consideration
My first choice for a speculative fiction convention with a heavy writers’ stream is my local, Conflux. I’ll probably talk about that from time to time. But for those of us who can’t make it to Canberra in October (as … Continue reading
Posted in Writing news Tagged alex adsett, amy andrews, angela slatter, anita heiss, chuck wendig, delilah dawson, emma viskic, GenreCon, nalini singh, peter m ball, sean williams 2 Comments
On not writing angry
It’s not easy to write when you’re angry. Rather, it’s easy to write furious, frustrated-with-everything, stay-outta-my-way-or-I’ll-cut-you anger. Which is great if that’s what you want to write. If I were to guess, I’d say the demand for scathing political satire … Continue reading
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