Kip Manley Interview

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People have been publishing fiction electronically almost ever since the first two computers were hooked together; look at “webfiction” that way, and it’s suddenly ancient and vast and weird and impossible ever to grasp, much less comprehend. Kip Manley If you’re late to the party, here’s Kip’s intro from yesterday.  Kip Manley is the author… Read more »

City of Roses by Kip Manley

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“Rescued? From what?” “A dreadfully dull evening,” says Ysabel… City of Roses by Kip Manley There are parallel universes and one of them is not The Internet.  We are lucky today to have a web fiction author who lives partially in one of these universes outside of the web (!!)  It’s Kip Manley, author of… Read more »

An overconcentration of wealth: Weblit as Gifting Culture-M.E. Traylor

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With the rise of the publishing industry, what we have is an over-concentration of wealth. Our stories are our wealth. Our stories are our human heritage. They teach us about who we are. They have been the vehicles of our generational knowledge, our foundation for how we understand and relate to the world. Just because… Read more »

Thaumaturgist Interview

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Thaumaturgist’s still in the spotlight here.  I managed to sit down (well, we were probably both sitting down on our respective continents…) with this word mage and get a few of her thoughts about writing, writing on writing, parallel universes and avoiding homework. The Interview Part I: The required writing history How long have you… Read more »

Back to the Festival: Thaumaturgist!

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“It Isn’t easy sweeping a dead man under a carpet. It’ll be fine, for a while. Eventually someone’s going to ask what that lump is doing there.” From a mysterious, unnamed project by Thaumaturgist Thaumaturgist, mistress of the Writealogue has agreed to talk to us today.  She’s a fan of writing, writing challenges (check out… Read more »