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Date Thu Aug-14-08 02:22 PM


Thu Nov-13-08 01:37 PMby arrvee

"Why Do You Write That Crap?" The Necessity of Horror
Done to Undeath
If the Front Door is Closed, Try the Window
Short Story Submission and the Death of Trees
Studies in Lines and Shadows: Character Development in Short Stories

I write:

I have given at least 10 crits
I have completed at least 10 short stories
I have sold at least 5 short stories:
Windows to the Soul -- Nocturnal Ooze
Real Monsters -- The Harrow
Rounding the Cape -- The Harrow
A Time to Every Purpose -- A Fly in Amber
Garlic Chicken -- soon to be published in AlienSkin

I have received at least 100 rejections
More than one article in Vision (see above)

Severe Literary Masochist -- I look for crits that tell me what's wrong so I can fix it


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Carter's Creations [View all] , arrvee, Thu Aug-14-08 02:22 PM
  RE: Carter's Creations, Erin_M_H, Aug 14th 2008, #1
RE: Carter's Creations, ezimachia, Aug 15th 2008, #2
Thanks, y'all!!, arrvee, Aug 16th 2008, #3
RE: Thanks, y'all!!, ezimachia, Aug 16th 2008, #4

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