Business Musings: How Writers Fail Part 11: They Want To

I know, I know. The title is harsh. Because the topic is harsh. Remember, I have decades worth of experience watching and trying to help writers. And I have learned, to my chagrin, that some writers are beyond help. Or rather, the help those writers need is beyond anything I or any other writer/mentor can […]

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The Business Rusch: Want To Be Read 100 Years From Now? Here’s How.

So, you want to be an artist. You want to be one of those writers everyone has read, even though you’re long dead. You want your work in libraries, on bookstore shelves, and in digital format. You want professors to assign your work, or kids to sneak that “crap” that everyone decries but everyone loves. […]

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Death Stops For Miss Dickinson

I have a new story out, “Death Stops For Miss Dickinson.”  This book is a great deal of fun, with Joe Lansdale and Nancy Collins stories as well.  Lots of marvelous illustrations.  (Rather like–y’know–the old Classics Illustrated volumes.)  It’s a beautiful book.  Besides getting this in bookstores, you should be able to find it in […]

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