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
“Know that the faerie rades began again in 1969. Know that the Grey Neighbors came calling from field and hedge, from shadow and sinkhole, from frost and flame, from Canaveral and Altamont and Woodstock and Spahn Farm to bring slaves, … Continue reading