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A collaborative blog by Locus editors, contributors, and other invited guests. The opinions expressed here are solely those of the authors, and do not reflect the editorial position of Locus Magazine or Locus Online.

(Earlier posts end here in April 2010)

 




 


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Alvaro Zinos-Amaro

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Archive for July, 2014

Anna Tambour Guest Post–“Service Providers”

I recently asked writer X to point me to X’s fiction. X replied: “Based on the tone/handling of your story Y, the only one of my recent stories that I think may speak to you is, possibly, ….” As one of Wodehouse’s characters once said, “?” The tone/handling of every story I write has much […]

Daryl Gregory and James Morrow in Conversation

Daryl Gregory: We’re having this conversation by email, but I’m going to pretend we’re sitting in a bar. Even though we live in the same town, and not even a very big one — that’s State College, Pennsylvania, for you readers — I think we see each other more often in other cities, at cons. […]

Karen Haber Guest Post–“My First”

You always remember your first time. My first short story — “Madre de Dios” — came about through what might be called an act of spousal self-defense, although he wasn’t quite my spouse at the time. It was 1986. I had just moved to the SF Bay Area. After a decade of working as a […]

Marissa Lingen Guest Post–“More Please: the Short Story Mosaic”

Last weekend at Fourth Street Fantasy Convention, a would-be short story writer cornered me with a question. His critique group keeps telling him that his short stories read more like chapters from a novel, he said; does this mean he is just not cut out to write short stories? I gave him a quick set […]


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