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On Writing

Writers as Editors, Never the Twain Should Meet. So Says Editor (and Writer) Paul Michael Anderson

Meet Paul Michael Anderson, a talented author and vocal editor who's not afraid to call a spade a spade when it comes to the fiction he publishes and who's also the man Harlan Ellison calls "kiddo." A resident of the great Commonwealth of Virginia, Anderson spreads himself around between teaching, writing, editing and rescuing...

Your Story Just Doesn’t Work for Me!

  "You're story just doesn't work for me. What does that mean?"   Bennie Long contacted us with the following question. Bennie asked, "When you get a rejection and all it says is, 'It just doesn't work for me,' or some variation of that, are they trying to tell you in a nice way you suck and...

What Makes a Character Active?

  "If the main character is a victim, how can it be active?" asks Aryan Manoj.   Aryan has posed an excellent question. Aryan is writing a horror story and has, perhaps, heard editors or "experts" say that the central character should be active. We are told that in this story, the main character is a...