Monthly Archives: January 2015

Greater Minds: Ursula K Le Guin on imagination and freedom for the writer

‘…Writers of the imagination…have watched the beautiful rewards go to the so-called realists.’ ‘…We’ll be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now…and even imagine real grounds for hope.’ ‘…We need writers who know

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Posted in Greater minds, Wednesday Pontification

Strange Fruit

Tim-Bob willed everyone to keep their attention on the man with the rope round his neck so they wouldn’t notice the quiver in his knees. Not that anyone wanted to miss the climax of the night’s work. The man’s lips

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Posted in Saturday Hooptedoodle

Review Brag: Beside the Dammed River

The advice to not look at your reviews is excellent, but very difficult to follow with an ego as fragile as mine. Hence I ran across myself in Lois Tilton’s review of 2014 for Locus magazine, and feel the need

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Posted in Writing
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