Carnegie Center Seminar: Navigating the Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & Horror Genre Markets

Join me this Saturday for my Carnegie Center seminar titled "Navigating the Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & Horror Genre Markets"! Saturday, July 14, 10:00 am-1:00 pm $35 Register with cash or check Register with PayPal or Credit Card "Finding the right publisher for your genre work can be a challenge. SF, fantasy, and horror are filled with…

Navigating the Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & Horror Genre Markets

This summer I am teaching my first formal seminar at the Lexington Carnegie Center for Literacy. Saturday, July 14, 10:00 am-1:00 pm $35 Finding the right publisher for your genre work can be a challenge. SF, fantasy, and horror are filled with multitudes of niche publishers that show up on the bookshelves right next to…

Watch COMMUNITY tonight on NBC!

If you love me, you would watch COMMUNITY tonight on NBC at 8 p.m. Back in the early 2000s, I missed the big "Save Arrested Development" push that happened. Sadly, I'm afraid to admit, I just wasn't into the show back then. I did gain my senses back and realized the error of my ways…

Apexology: Science Fiction and Fantasy

I've edited another one of those digital-only anthology things for Apex. This is another good one. A full 90000 words for only $2.99. APEXOLOGY: SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY Apex Digital - Kindle - nook - Smashwords APEXOLOGY: Science Fiction and Fantasy 1. The study of literature-based artifacts left by the authors and editors of Apex…

Context 24 appearance and schedule

We're approaching the weekend of one of my favorite conventions: Context. Context is the best of the small conventions I've attended. It is strictly focused on the art and craft of writing and editing. It's not as formal as...say...Readercon, but it comes very close to be a true professional convention, particularly for people into dark…

The Zombie Feed, Vol. 1 is alive!

I have a new anthology out. It is called The Zombie Feed, Volume 1. It's a great little zombie anthology... perhaps "little" is the wrong adjective because this sucker is nearly 300 pages of ooey-gooey zombie nastiness! During the production of TZFV1, I was asked numerous times if I was going to do a second…