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The Alien in Your Head, by Anthony D. Fredericks

A Monthly Column by Anthony D. Fredericks The Alien in Your Head Alien. It was one of the scariest creatures in the history of science fiction movies (winning the Academy Award for best visual effects). Released in 1979, this classic … Continue reading

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Slaying the Adverbs, by Lindsay Bandy

  Bandanna: check. Machete, um, err, *cough* backspace button: check. Field Guide *cough* Thesaurus: check. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Destroy all insidious and unnecessary adverbs enabling the existence of weak verbs. That’s right, my friend: You … Continue reading

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Overcoming Perfectionism—A Writing Virus, by Lori Ann Palma

As fiction writers, we’re all carriers for the virus Perfectionism. The symptoms are well-documented: brow-furrows, fear and doubt in the vicinity of a writing instrument, frequent headaches, irritability, Facebook and Twitter addiction, just to name a few. You may not … Continue reading

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