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Panel the Third, and Panel the Fourth: “Non-European Fantasy Worlds” and “Good Research Makes for Better World-Building” I’m running my report on these two together, because they’re really quite closely linked. The first panel consisted of me, Steven Erikson, Derwin … Continue reading
On not getting lost in the wilderness of writing without an outline or Why this next book is going to have a skeleton to hang its story on, even though outlines stifle me or It’s not so stifling if I … Continue reading
My blog post on five things you shouldn’t do when writing epic fantasy is now up at Adventures in SciFi Publishing’s site.
The first couple of reviews (both in journals for teachers & librarians) of The Black Box have been very positive. Here are quotes: “…The scene in which the Spohrville Fencibles, in their authentic uniforms and singing songs from the War … Continue reading