Tag Archives: the waste land

vikings with guns attack a 7-11 in africa, or why you shouldn’t look at a writer’s browser history

Many of the authors I know like to joke that if the FBI,  CIA, NSA, or any other 3-letter federal agency looked at the search results in Internet browser history, they (the writers, that is) would swiftly be hauled away … Continue reading

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when the world was young: “the waste land”

The latest in a series about influences from my earlier days My favorite poem—which I was introduced to back in college—is also one of the most difficult: T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land. It’s long (over 400 lines), so I won’t … Continue reading

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on the way to lonely lands

Part 1 of ? Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working on my next novel, a modern-day fantasy/horror piece with the working title of In Lonely Lands, and I’ll share with you some of my progress in this and … Continue reading

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