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Lol? Really? You really laughed out loud at that?

I hate “lol” with a burning passion.  This is probably one of those generational things.  I’m a literal person.  If you use lol, I assume you mean you laughed out loud.  If you call a woman a MILF, I assume … Continue reading

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More manuscript formatting advice

So, I forget which site had this link to Strange Horizon’s Submission Formatting Details, but I figured I’d pass it along, because it’s the best document I’ve seen so far for fixing certain formatting issues that I kinda knew I … Continue reading

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Rejection!

Let the cognitive dissonance begin… (I link to Wikipedia out of laziness.  If you’re really interested in the theory there are lots of good psych books out there on the subject.  Read them.) As was expected, I’ve received my first … Continue reading

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Sci-fi vs. SF

This is going to be a brief post.  Not much to say about it, except this is one of those “you don’t know what you don’t know” posts. I’ve been reading science fiction and fantasy since first or second grade.  … Continue reading

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