Monthly Archives: January 2007

False Start

Had this terrific idea of a character narrating a play, the character not particularly liking the author so that his narration becomes more ciritique of the play than part of the play. Started writing, got two scenes completed, don’t like … Continue reading

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Tuesday

Sorry, as I said before titles are not my strong point. Anyhow, pleased about being nominated, the story didn’t get onto the short list, though, one of the same name did and caused my heart to beat faster for a … Continue reading

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Reasons for Writing

Since Dag has been AWOL from sffworld for a long time now, it’s time I moved the blog from there to here. While blogging doesn’t get any real work accomplished, it’s better than writing to a diary because someone else … Continue reading

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The Joy of It All

Sue gets nominated for an Aurealis – congratulations to her and I will get this on the website soon – and I get to play with a theater, a toad, and the lyrics of a lifetime in Batrachos. What more … Continue reading

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Oh $%^&#&$%^!!!

Attempted to correct the navigation bars on the home page and now I can’t get the damned things to work at all. While I am studying the correction for this mess, I’ve just set links from the text on the … Continue reading

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Why I Haven’t Posted a New Story

Between a consulting job that took a little more time than it should have and some family matters, my writing production is limited to the first scene of a new short story involving a play on a troop ship in … Continue reading

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Writing

Sorry for the title, am rubbish at them Ok, up date on the writing scene. “All Things Seen” accepted by Meadowhawk Press for their anthology “Touch by Wonder” “Aftermath”, which was published in the first editon of the Aussie anthology … Continue reading

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Snow Day

I know, for most the world, this will be kind of silly but for those of us in the desert, this is a magical day. This morning, there are two inches of snow on the desert floor with 3-5 more … Continue reading

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Strange

If you have ever seen the 1998 file called Onegin starring Ralph Fiennes, then you have seen one of the major characters from my novel, Oracle. It struck me yesterday as I was watching the film, there in front of … Continue reading

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Working Hypothesis

Sue gave me James Shapiro’s book 1599, A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare, as a gift for Christmas. In 1599, the Globe Theater went up and Bill wrote Julius Caesar and Hamlet. The reason I bring this up … Continue reading

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