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July 4, 2012 by musehick

So, I am writing a lot of things longhand at the moment, as it seems that my lunchtimes are the most logical times suggested by schedule for creative endeavours – this has obviously affected my online output but it hasn’t really affected the amount that I have written.

I have been alternating between poetry and a loose collection of flash fictions with the same character that is building into an interesting arc at the moment. I have said it before and I may as well parrot it again here – the medium which one uses to write in definitely affects the shape of the output. Pacing suggests itself, and with the characters and the dynamic you build between them, the thing just races along and writes itself. Writing is not a painful and laborious thing  – don’t let any suffering artists convince you otherwise; it is fun.

I have started a few different online serials as well, but I am really intent on finishing up some hanging cycles – Forge Netting needs to be finished, and I am determined to conclude Weapon Eyes, Sir.

There are some short story collections, flash fiction collections, and some new poetry collections coming too


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