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In which the writer draws a map and the editors edit it.

Thanx to Tor.com.

Teamwork

Feb. 8th, 2017 05:41 am
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Max Gladstone on collaborative writing

Thanx to Tor.com.
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Charlie Stross attempts to compete with the Great Hack Writer in the Sky.
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It's been a long time since we had an incumbent president who actively campaigned for the person he wanted to succeed him. Teddy Roosevelt pushed hard for William Howard Taft, and then regretted the hell out of it thereafter, and even tried to beat him four years later. Eisenhower held Nixon at arm's length, the way you carry a snake, as any reasonable person would. Hubert Humphrey had to spend three months running all the way from LBJ. (This had the added drawback of being part of why Johnson sat on the recorded proof of Nixon's treachery regarding the Vietnam Peace Talks in Paris.) Nixon was gone by 1976. Jimmy Carter only had one term. Ronald Reagan was cognitively functional for about three hours a day when George H.W. Bush ran to succeed him in 1988. Al Gore stupidly benched Bill Clinton, and C-Plus Augustus was a harborless plague ship drifting through the campaign in 2008.
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Writing

May. 22nd, 2012 06:56 am
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Most of the characteristics which make for success in writing are precisely those which we are all taught to repress
--Robert Anton Wilson on making it as a writer.

Writer

Jan. 29th, 2012 06:55 am
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John Scalzi discusses "When may you call yourself a writer? When may you call yourself a professional writer? When may you say you are a good writer?"

For writers

Nov. 7th, 2011 06:40 am
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John Scalzi on lessons from Heinlein

Thanx to Mitch Wagner for digging this up.
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David Keck is looking for software that emulates cork boards for mapping out novels.
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Justine Musk writes like a bad girl: Part One, Part Two.
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John Scalzi doesn't owe me a thing, and I'm cool with that.
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Swollen writer egos, by Diana Athill, who has one.

Thanx to [personal profile] oursin

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