Monthly Archives: September 2011

Repeat after me: Revise, Revise, Revise!

The latest on publication:  As I wrote in my last post, my short story, ‘Christmas’, was rejected by eFiction Magazine, but with good reason.  Following the rejection, I submitted the story to the eFiction Workshop and received some very helpful … Continue reading

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Rejected again, but maybe not…

Okay, so I posted a little prematurely that I would have a short story included in the October edition of eFiction Magazine.  Yesterday I got the following email from Doug Lance, the Editor: Hey Kevin! The editorial staff feels that … Continue reading

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It could be any of us

In his 1962 dystopian novella, A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess coined the term “ultra-violence” to characterize the sociopathic ravagings of a young man named Alex and his “Droogs”.  Stanley Kubrick brought it to theatres in 1972.  Exceptionally controversial for the … Continue reading

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A Quick Update

Latest Submissions: I just submitted a short-story for the October issue of eFiction Magazine.  The title of the piece is “Christmas”, for lack of a better name and for no other reason than it takes place at Christmas.  If it … Continue reading

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