Posts Tagged ‘markets’

Science In My Fictiom contest

Posted: 22nd March 2010 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The great folks at Crossed Genres have just anounnced a new contest. The Science in My Fiction contest will hopefully bring the genre closer to its roots. Here’s what the editors have to say: Hi all, The Crossed Genres "Science in My Fiction" short story has been announced! here are some relevant links:Announcement: fiction-contest/ […]

Returning market

Posted: 2nd September 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The Nth Degree is Back!

I’m not sure I’ll ever figure out the publishing industry. Leaving aside some of the arcane intricacies of how things are paid for, and the interesting paths a book may take from writer to publisher to book stores, there are all sorts of weird things going on. The latest and at least to me most […]

YA books

Posted: 8th February 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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So, what are people reading in YA right now? What have you liked in the last year?

Sometimes the human capacity for ignoring things amazes me. Usually it just disgusts me. Statistics have shown the number of men who never get married has steadily risen over the last half century. This means there are more and more men every year with no wife, mother, girlfriend or whoever to do their shopping for […]

D.E. goes live

Posted: 31st May 2008 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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After a solid working up period in which proprietor Darwin Garrison kicked around numerous models and ideas for an ezine, we’re finally free to explore Darwin’s Evolutions. Inside is an article by Kate Paulk on writing and how not turn your novel into a transcript of your last RPG campaign. There are several non fiction […]