“Leave It To Reader”: How Often Should You?

  I’ve mentioned this topic on numerous occasions before today–usually not positively. With this in mind I should clarify that I don’t consider the reader’s imagination some heinous devilry to subvert or an annoyance holding back my genius. You can’t write a working story without it. At the end of the day it’s the reader’s […]

Creating From Spite: A Dangerous Primer

I doubt it’s a secret to anyone who frequents this blog, with its digi-sword framing and intermittent edge-bursts, that I harbor more than a little spite towards some writing and even some other writers–a double dose for myself on both counts. I feel no guilt for admitting this; many creators drive themselves with gnawing emotions […]

Creation’s Fringe and SpiralBrew

So, readers mine, I am in fact working on an RPG!–but not one of those high-budgeted computerized suckers! No sirree Bob, if there’s one thing I can’t do, it’s 90% of the things I need to make such a game. I can model weapons and write, and those are definitely important for a computer RPG, […]