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Highlights of my 2014 writing life

2014 has been a roller, coaster with so many ups and downs that now that it’s over I cannot help feeling exhausted. Here are some of the good moments in the year: First and foremost, the launch of my “Majat … Continue reading

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Does the main character have to have a point of view?

When I stared writing, I never questioned this. The answer was a definite “no”. For example, in Sherlock Holmes stories, my childhood favorites, Holmes is definitely the main character, yet the point of view belongs to Dr. Watson, the man … Continue reading

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FANTASY AND FANTASY ROMANCE — fresh from Coyote Con

Today I chaired a panel on Fantasy and Fantasy Romance, together with author and editor JoSelle Vanderhooft. The panel focused on genre definitions and trends, and I thought it would be interesting to summarize the points made there, combining the … Continue reading

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COYOTE CON 2012 October 26-28 — Join the howl!

COYOTE CON is the first on-line writers and readers convention, geared to the fans of fantasy, science fiction, romance, and horror genres. Join the chats to network, learn about the news and trends in these genres, and pitch your work … Continue reading

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Interview with Peter Stampfel, Submissions Editor, DAW Books

Re-posted from blog.annakashina.com (original post 10/18/2010): please bookmark this page or sign up on the left to continue following Anna Kashina’s blog. I am very excited to welcome a very special guest to this blog – Mr. Peter Stampfel, an … Continue reading

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