Sunday, January 31, 2010
For those of you who haven't gotten a copy, and you are willing to share your address with me, I can send you a signed copy during the month of February for $12.oo, shipping on me. Just contact me at email@example.com.
Friday, January 22, 2010
Here's the official spiel:
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The Best of Every Day Fiction Two brings together one hundred flash fiction pieces selected from Every Day Fiction’s second year of publication.
Following the success of The Best of Every Day Fiction 2008, this volume brings you a hundred more bite-sized tastes of science fiction, humour, romance, fantasy, horror, and surrealism along with more traditional literary pieces, from authors all over the world. Whatever your fiction preferences might be, this book is sure to introduce you to some new favourite authors and perhaps expand your literary horizons.
Pages: 316Publisher: Every Day Publishing (January 15, 2010)Language: EnglishProduct Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inchesShipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
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I don't have my copy yet so if you're in it, please comment below!!!!
Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Sunday, January 03, 2010
It is a one-week program including class time with some of Canada's best writers. The location is gorgeous, the food delicious, and there is plenty of free writing time. I loved the people there who were sincerely interested in my progress.
Here's the note I received along with all previous participants that I am posting here for any of you who are interested.:
Hello you Stylistas!
Just a note to say that the deadline for the Spring session of Writing wth
Style is coming up on February 5th. You may be interested in applying, or you
may want to pass this on to your writer friends.
Here is the faculty for Spring Style:
Mark Abley--creative nonfiction
Pauline Holdstock--historical fiction
Lee Gowan--first chapter novel
Here's a hotlink for anyone who wants to know more: http://www.banffcentre.ca/programs/program.aspx?id=945.
Happy New Year, and happy writing!
Director, Writing with Style
The Banff Centre
Friday, January 01, 2010
Other pieces featured this month include Jodi MacArthur's "The Sower," Megan Arkenburg's "Fugitive 135711400," DJ Barber's "Wanderers Two," and C. L. Holland's "On the Penitent's Road."
Is it time for me to begin listing my new year's resolutions? Probably, but I'm not up for it tonight. The Ducks lost, UCLA lost, bad times for the Pac 10, but mostly, me? I'm just tired. So I'll start some of my new year tomorrow and Sunday, but the real beginning will be Monday morning. Back to the routine which I have to admit I like.