Kristine Kathryn Rusch

The Business Rusch: A Paradigm Shift (Discoverability Kinda)

As many of you already know, I write out of order. It is, perhaps, the most irritating part of my own writing process—at least to me. Fortunately, this new world of publishing really works for someone like me. Everything I write is not set in stone. I can move the pieces around when I’m done. […]

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Recommended Reading List: November, 2013

I hit upon a theme in my reading this month, and it wasn’t deliberate. I realized that I love writers who challenge themselves. They reach for something that might just be out of their grasp. Sometimes they hit, and sometimes they miss. Mostly, I don’t recommend the misses. I sometimes bitch about them in this […]

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Stories, Anthologies, And Bundles Galore!

December’s usually a slow publishing month, but not this year. If you want to read some great new fiction this December, look no farther. First, the latest Fiction River volume, Hex In The City, appeared just today. Put together by acclaimed editor Kerrie L. Hughes, Hex In The City features stories by award-winning authors Jay Lake and Lee […]

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