Monthly Archives: July 2013

Fluke vs. not

current music: “Pompeii” by Bastille (is it possible to be addicted to a song?) current mood: hopeful My current work-in-progress, HOUR OF THE BEES, came about in less-than-predictable circumstances. Reasons I sometimes think HOUR OF THE BEES was a fluke: -the … Continue reading

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It has to be enough to just love something

current music: “All I Want Is You” by U2 current mood: pensive (Bono does that) Creative jealousy is a work-killer. A dream-killer. A soul-killer. The envy that someone else managed to pull off the kind of art you’ve always dreamed of pulling … Continue reading

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A version of “write what you love”

current music: Shrek soundtrack current mood: a shining calm A veritable “step one” for any writing project I take on is asking these questions: Is this main character someone I want to spend massive amounts of time writing? Thinking about? Giving precious action … Continue reading

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Hello, is this thing on?

current music: beethoven’s pastoral symphony current mood: post-running high and happy I decided to make a writing blog, where I can deposit all my little thoughts on craft, the industry, the creative process, and my own works in progress. I get these thought-worms daily, … Continue reading

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