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Updated: 2015-02-18T09:57:31-08:00

 



Nobody Expects the Lady Inquisition

2015-02-18T09:56:35-08:00

The leaders of the Inquisition meet at the War Table, and they are all women, save the surly fallen templar. At first, I am thrilled. I have never seen so many women in power in a game, and all of them uncritically and unanimously welcomed into leadership positions by our...



Suicide Prevention, Depression, and Helpful Suggestions

2014-08-12T11:18:28-07:00

[TW, probably obviously, for depression, suicide, illness.] The death of Robin Williams hit me hard yesterday. I'm not entirely sure why. My Twitter stream was filled with Robin Williams reactions alternating with reactions to the horrific events in Ferguson and those two things combined sent me into a mini-depression spiral....



Media This Week

2014-08-01T06:00:00-07:00

I was thinking last night that I consume a lot of media, and I want to be more mindful about it. So I'm going to keep track, every Friday, of a selection of things I've read, watched, listened to, and played. This isn't comprehensive and it's not a best-of list...



How Much Her Novel Cost

2014-07-30T08:15:47-07:00

I came across an interesting post by Emily Gould the other day. In 2008 I sold a book-in-progress for $200,000 ($170,000 after commission, to be paid in four installments), which still seems to me like a lot of money. At the time, though, it seemed infinite. The resulting book—a “paperback...



What is this Patreon Thing

2014-07-29T06:00:00-07:00

I know a lot of very fine people on Patreon. So it's with some embarrassment -- maybe even shame -- that I confess the whole concept kind of makes me uncomfortable. But my thoughts around it are really not very clear, so I'm just going to list a bunch of...



Mondays are for Motivations

2014-07-28T05:00:00-07:00

Ah, the life of a freelancer. I remember it well. The glamour, the travel, the drinking... or wait, that wasn't me, that was my Katherine Hepburn fantasy. The real deal is the slog of never-ending work tightly coupled with the anxiety of never knowing when you'll have more work. In...



Reading Problem

2014-07-24T06:00:00-07:00

I have been reading, you guys. A lot. I think I may have a problem. Ever since I got my iPad a few years ago, one of my favorite things to do has been to download ebook samples. Because why not? If I'm remotely interested in a topic or a...



The Importance of Setting up Your Day for Writing

2014-06-30T06:00:00-07:00

In January, 2014, I quit my job and moved to a new city, where my partner had landed a job. Rather than look for a job myself, I decided to dedicate myself to writing full-time, and the two of us would live on one income, for one year. Which was...



Looking: The Show for People who Miss the pre-Tech Boom San Francisco

2014-03-06T09:42:09-08:00

I totally dated that guy. Then we broke up and he came out. I love HBO's Looking for a simple reason: I know that city, and I know those people. I was friends with Patrick, Augustin, and Dom. Doris lived across the way from one of my best friends and...



Jane Austen Adaptation Review: Mansfield Park (1999)

2013-12-01T11:41:32-08:00

Mansfield Park remained for many years my least favorite Austen novel: the heroine so passive and mild, the moral themes so unyielding, and the injustices Fanny endures so extensive, that I found the novel often more pain than pleasure to read. I finished reading it again about a week ago,...