Another collaboration discussed this week was a series of short stories exploring tunnels and familiar strangers, with the exuberant master of tales, Joffre White, author of the Frog Series and Earthland. I’m looking forward to unearthing some mysteries for your entertainment with this collection.
Met up with the legend that is Mutartis Boswell the other night, talked about art, horror, writing and the oddity that is Cerne Abbas – I’m not kidding that is a weird place! We also discussed publishing, and I’m stoked to announce plans for a collaboration with this talented artist to publish a very special chapbook for you all.
More to come on that one. In the meantime go check out Bos and let him know that Nash sent you.
If a writer doesn’t study writing how does that person hope to thrill the reader?
Write for the reader.
Keep your eye on the view. A clear and defined POV is crucial to keeping a reader engaged, yet often overlooked by writers.
The lambs have gone from fields today.
“Prose is architecture, not interior decoration.”
– Ernest Hemingway