A Soldier in the Army of Love by Diane Morrison – The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 193

I am delighted to announce that my story, “A Soldier in the Army of Love,” has been published at the Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast – and I cannot tell you how delighted I am by this reading! My deep gratitude to Heather Rose Jones, who is the mistress-mind behind this wonderful podcast, and Laura Pinson, […]

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Decolonizing Magic

Originally posted on POCGamer:
Magic. It’s a core component of fantasy, but is often unevenly distributed and developed. On the outset, this seems sensical, until you dig into it a bit. At that point, other disparities and issues come into sharp relief. So this is a short post on decolonizing magic.  “Decolonizing? How can magic…

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The Art and Craft of Writing (or, the worst and best advice you’ll ever get as an author)

Originally posted on FELIX THE FOX MYSTERIES:
I’ve recently been invited to talk to a few writing groups, about the experience of transitioning from a reader, to a budding writer, to a published author. This column comes as a result of thinking about that journey, from the advice I gave and the questions I answered,…

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Is “Said” Dead?

Originally posted on Marcus Vance:
Photo by Wendy van Zyl on Pexels.com An Analysis of Dialogue Tag Use by Marcus Vance Some writers will tell you that “said” is all you need—that your dialogue itself should answer any questions as to how the character speaks, and their tone. Other writers will tell you to revel in…

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