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English Literature in the Sixteenth Century Complete

I just finished reading C.S. Lewis’s English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, Excluding Drama. I’m exhausted, and not (overall) excited. This is not Lewis’s fault. He has to cover so much material, so much of which bores and annoys him, that—even though he expresses his boredom and annoyance with a great deal of wit—I too […]

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Evernost Complete!!!

Well, the title is something of an overstatement. I am not convinced that either Evernost the imaginary place or Evernost the real writing project will ever be complete. There is poetry to be written and illustrations to be created and new plots to explore and innumerable whatchamacallits off to the side. What is complete is […]

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Writing Marathon

This is going to be another short and boring post, and I have a good reason: I’m trying to plow through a relatively bare-bones prose rendition of Evernost’s plot by Christmas or earlier.  It’s supposed to be quick and bad, like the spring section of Evernost that I completed last summer. At present I have […]

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Boring Happy Post

Hello! I wanted to announce that I just got a poem accepted into the November issue of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly! I have a chapbook reading coming up at a local bookstore on the 20th. Wish me luck! The chapbook has sold at least thirteen copies (it’s only being sold locally). These things are pretty exciting to […]