Monthly Archives: November 2009

DeNiro and Gregory Day

We’re here at Laconic Writer Central, talking to two rising stars of the literary world…but do stars rise?…don’t they expand with the rest of the universe, fusing hydrogen as they go…okay, so here I am with some emerging fusion generators … Continue reading

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Dueling Releases

Two friends of mine (Daryl Gregory and Alan DeNiro) have novels being released tomorrow, and I’m going to post short interviews with both of them. So stay tuned. Publisher’s Weekly on The Devil’s Alphabet: A wide variety of believable characters, a … Continue reading

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Wheatland Press

Wheatland Press needs pre-orders in order to publish Polyphony 7.

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Fountain Pens

In an older post I wrote about the deterioration of the pen department at Pearl Paint in Manhattan, and speculated on the whereabouts of the beloved “Pen Guy” who worked there. Yesterday another former Pearl Paint Pen Guy commented. Which … Continue reading

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World Fantasy Wrap-up

Anyone expecting a convention report from me during or even right after a convention should look at my never-quite-caught-up New York trip report here. Immediate reporting is not the forte of the department of laconic writing. I’m still trying to figure … Continue reading

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