2010

It’s the virtual writing world squared: the mostly virtual National Novel Writing Month extravaganza, coupled with the totally virtual Second Life NaNoWriMo writers! As NaNoWriMo winds down, hundreds of thousands of words have risen counters at the NaNoWriMo website and at writers’ gatherings throughout SL (including the Milk Wood Gypsy Camp for writers, shown in the [...]

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CEZANNE’S CARROT IS PUBLISHING AGAIN! My co editor Barbara Jacksha and I just published new short stories at Cezanne’s Carrot literary journal online, with a redesigned format, changed publishing schedule, and more finely tuned focus on the types of visionary, metaphysical, magical-realism fiction and nonfiction we publish.  Check out the details of the changes. [...]

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Second Life, Look What You’ve Done to My Writing Life!

April 23, 2010

This blog has kept me extremely busy the past few months. “What?” you say, “then where are you hiding all the posts I don’t see??” Well, not just this blog, but several other blogs, as well as all the other riches I’ve discovered in Second Life. I can hear you now:  “Has this woman gone […]

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New Art Form for Theater & Playwrights Incubated in Second Life

April 2, 2010

Another first for a writer in Second Life: Her original play is being produced in Second Life and, at the same time, staged via streaming media into the real-world theatre she manages. Artists of all stripes—including writers—are constantly expanding the envelope of what’s possible with their innovations in Second Life.  Now SL resident Lailu Loon, […]

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In Search of the Original Written Word

January 8, 2010

There I stood at the ancient birthplace of my modern life’s passion.  The desert sun seared the air around me, but I shivered with the thrill of standing before the earliest writing known on earth:  massive walls covered with the hieroglyphic alphabet of Ancient Egypt. I put my hand as close to the wall as […]

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2 New Publication Opportunities for Writers in Second Life

January 6, 2010

Second Life writers have been brewing up a storm of writing activities lately – both for publication and to support the writing process. While I’ve been wandering about the ruins of Ancient Egypt the past month (subject of a coming post) and wading through the frenzy of holiday time back home in the U.S., my […]

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