Category Archives: Cleverness

Time to Judge a Book by its Cover

There is no part of getting my work published that isn’t exciting, but lately two things have really brought it home for me. I got a package in the mail that I assumed was just another thing I had ordered … Continue reading

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Burning the Man

I opened the stage at Burning Man 2016 with this story. The crowd there liked it, and I hope you do too. It started off as a joke. People used say that it was the best week to get brunch, … Continue reading

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Beauty Tips from the Apocalypse

 

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There are things you think will make you a REAL WRITER. And then they happen, and you're still just you. I'm real. You're real. Write. — Meg Elison (@megelison) February 4, 2016 I have been sitting on some good news … Continue reading

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SoCal Book Tour

Traveling is both the privilege and the curse of a writer’s life. I spent the the end of March driving all over Southern California, some time in LA followed by a long stint in the Inland Empire. I did three … Continue reading

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Chocolate Wasteland

February is the cruellest month, breeding Roses for dead relationships, confusing Obligation for the real thing. Winter kept us coupled, disguising complacency in neglectful rhythm, faking A little affection with rote sex. March surprised us, coming over the St. Patrick’s … Continue reading

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Atlanta Burns: Like a house on fire

I get really excited about a book that gets me to read a genre I usually don’t like, and makes me love somebody in the process. I don’t usually like noir, although if the secondary genre of this book is … Continue reading

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