A rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence (part three)

Part One Part Two Feb. 27th, 2018 The story for the third week had to do with strangers dealing with each other. And it was another one of those that made me scratch my head, especially the part about not wanting to read anything icky since it was a parent-child editorial team. No definition ofContinue reading “A rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence (part three)”

A rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence (part two)

Part One.   Feb. 26th, 2018 The workshop’s second assignment was another difficult one. The theme was “Broken Dreams” and the editor specified that she didn’t want the “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.” Even with the 8000-word limit, I wanted to skip this uncomfortable subject. But I had to try. Otherwise, I’d be wasting my timeContinue reading “A rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence (part two)”

A rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence (part two)

Part One.   Feb. 26th, 2018 The workshop’s second assignment was another difficult one. The theme was “Broken Dreams” and the editor specified that she didn’t want the “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.” Even with the 8000-word limit, I wanted to skip this uncomfortable subject. But I had to try. Otherwise, I’d be wasting my timeContinue reading “A rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence (part two)”

A Russian immigrant’s musings on utopia

My friend and co-author, Marina Fontaine blogs about her upcoming story, Exile in the soon to be released MAGA:2020 & Beyond. When I first heard of a pro-Trump anthology intended to show the bright side of Trump’s election, I was curious about the concept, but had no thought of contributing. For one, stories of aContinue reading “A Russian immigrant’s musings on utopia”