Second “The Tears of Isis” Interview Set for 29th; Guest Post in Offing

Teresa Schnellmann of THE WRITERS’ LENS (cf. May 7, April 25) has set aside Wednesday May 29th for the second of three (thus far) scheduled interviews of me with attention to the just published THE TEARS OF ISIS.  The first, “preview” interview by LONG AND SHORT REVIEWS appeared on May 7 while the third, by Sonnet O’Dell of DUSTY PAGES, is set for Monday July 29.  What new secrets will be learned in less than two weeks:  Elements that bring a story into focus?  The inspiration for THE TEARS OF ISIS?  What “fact” does for fiction?  Some or all of these may be answered, so check back  here a week from next Wednesday.  And in the meantime, if you’d like to browse about THE WRITERS’ LENS just click here.

But that’s not all.  In discussing dates, Teresa also asked if I might be interested in doing a guest post for THE WRITERS’ LENS on tips for submitting short fiction to magazines and anthologies.  So why not? I thought — I might not have anything that groundbreaking, but just a reminder of things in one place could be useful, especially for newer writers.  So tentatively we’re thinking about trying to whip up something for late June or early July, perhaps the week following the 4th of July.


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