Monthly Archives: February 2012

Portrait of the Writer as a … Wizard

Restless days of youth. Ah, yes, we all had them, didn’t we? The names of the people we knew, the places we’ve been, may be different in their locales or their syllables, but I find it hard pressed for those … Continue reading

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First Novel! Or, How I Sold My Soul

At one point, kitties and chillerns, the budding artist completes the first WORK. I’m talking specifically the first serious attempt at a masterpiece. Completing the piece ushers in a new stage for the artist, separating a daydreamer from the apprentice. … Continue reading

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Childhood and Plagiarism

So, at the ripe old age of nine or so, I decided to write stories. Yep. I was ready for it. A VOCATION IN DISQUIET, at nine. A grade school teacher assigned us a Halloween project: write a story of … Continue reading

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The Return of Monkey Scribbler

Yes, it has been some time since I last haunted these shores. mwahahahaha *cough* *cough* *hack* *hack* I suppose the reason why I have returned to blogging is because I, like a million other writers, have something to plug. A … Continue reading

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