Month: February 2014

PHP 2014 Stories That Tickled Me – 3/5

My comments on one of the of Paul Harland Prize stories that struck me in particular (Dutch only).

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Reboot

Last year, I wrote 40011 words of my Broken World* novel, a project that excited (and excites) me so much I spent almost every single one of my train commutes pounding out new words for four months straight. I even entered into a three-way-duel with fellow writers Bo Balder and Rochita Loenen-Ruiz during the Clarion […]

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PHP 2014 Stories That Tickled Me – 2/5

My comments on one of the of Paul Harland Prize stories that struck me in particular (Dutch only).

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The Ins And Outs Of Selling English-Language Stories

This is something I’ve wanted to blog about for years. High time I got around to it. How do you know your story is ready to go out? Where do you find the publications that might buy it? What are all the things you need to think about before submitting? And many other details… The […]

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PHP 2014 Stories That Tickled Me – 1/5

My comments on one of the of Paul Harland Prize stories that struck me in particular (Dutch only).

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It’s A Beautiful Day

Some remarks on the Paul Harland Day 2014, and the top-three stories (Dutch only).

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Paul Harland Day 2014

I waver. Today was the 2014 Paul Harland Day, a day of unashamedly celebrating speculative fiction in all its facets, and the day the Paul Harland Prize for 2013 was awarded. I was there in my role as judge, having had the honor of reading and rating the 37 stories that had passed the first […]

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Downs And Ups

So last night, I went and killed this entire website. Without having any kind of backups available. To make my predicament clear: there are movie reviews going back to 1999 on this site, blog entries spanning a dozen years, and a few hundred posts all-in, not to mention some 50 pages, and a painstakingly configured […]

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