The Good Hero

July 10, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe Recently I was sitting in on a writers’ panel. One of the participants mentioned something about heroes that caught my […]

Story Basics

June 19, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe In my not too distant past I spent way too much time wading through the slush pile of story submissions. […]

Out of favor

June 12, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe There are a multitude of writers, good writers, who’ve fallen into obscurity. Others have fallen out of favor. Ernest Hemingway […]

Serialitis

June 5, 2018 admintog 1

  by Raymond M Coulombe When is it time to end a book series? For example, did John Norman’s Chronicles of Gor really need thirty-four […]

Minorities in Fiction

May 22, 2018 admintog 0

  by Raymond M. Coulombe Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author, has been dethroned from his lofty public position by charges of sexual harassment. That’s […]

Found in Translation?

May 8, 2018 admintog 0

  Raymond M. Coulombe I realized I was a true literature geek when I actually got excited about different translations of Beowulf. Bored yet? How’s […]