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So. The book’s on Draft 4 and counting, which is actually a nice thing. I continue to find that I enjoy the editing process… which is its own thing, most likely. For those who notice, there’s a Kickstart campaign in … Continue reading
I’ve got a number of orphans under my roof, but “Thirteen O’Clock” is the one who most deserves a home. I’d been thinking about cities and superheroes, how they fit together and where they didn’t, and decided to create a … Continue reading
Treatment for an “Our Fairies Are Different” urban fantasy/horror film… because our fairies are different. Continue reading
So, Zobop Bebop is about as done as it’s going to be for a bit. Thus, in an effort to show the transition from Weekly Pitch to prose (and, in preparation for a wild run of self-promotion and eventual self-publication,) … Continue reading
Concept: Desperate men and women struggle for the soul of a dying city Genre: Iron Age street-level apocalyptic superheroics Overview: The gangs have always ruled Iron City.
A note: This is a piece I’m currently working on, and I’m planning to devote the next two months of writing to this and nothing else. Thus, Pitch-A-Week will lie fallow until I’m done, and is open for guest pitchers … Continue reading