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New Blog Post on SFF WORLD!

A short entry here. I am proud to say that my latest blog post features me on SFF WORLD, a rocking blog that often hosts wonderful writers. Here, I talk about my process. I am proud of this one! http://www.sffworld.com/2015/07/the-complicated-process-of-writing-by-michael-aronovitz/

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Guest Post: Vito Gulla

Vito is a fellow professor at Delaware County Community College, a friend, and a phenomenal writer. His comments here concerning literary versus genre fiction are enlightening, though I might add that many pieces of classic “literary fiction” were originally meant … Continue reading

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Nifty New Guest Blog Post / Comments on King

Check out my guest blog post on Midnyte Reader! Here, I talk about the way I come up with plot and character. At this point I am the third entry down, so you will have to scroll a bit. http://www.midnytereader.com/Continue reading

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My Latest Podcast: Castle of Horror

I enjoyed this podcast interview I had the opportunity to give on Castle of Horror. Check it out! ¬†Scroll down and I am the 4th or so on the list, 5/12/15. Here I talked about horror fiction in general and … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ken Bingham

My Note: I have known Ken Bingham for twenty-three years now and he is one of my dearest friends. He is a Professor at Drexel University, a creative writing instructor for The University of the Arts, a novelist, playwright, theatrical … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Erin Thorne

My Note: Erin is plainly one of the most exciting current writers of weird fiction. I was pleased to receive a response from her on Facebook a few years ago when I designed the site to attract fellow writers, editors, … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Jason Brock

My Note: I have known Jason for better than four years now, and he is a living example of a Renaissance Man. A pioneer in film, music, authoring, and editing, Jason is a force in the world of weird fiction … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Post: Author and Editor C.M. Muller

My Note: C.M. Muller is a wonderful up and coming writer. The word I think of when describing his work is “atmospheric.” Thank you for the guest post, CM. Pick a plot. Put up a marker. Etch something into the … Continue reading

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Hello World!

Welcome to my Blog! I am excited to make this post, and to begin I would like to thank Nina D’Arcangela. She is the web expert who set this blog up for me, and it looks fantastic. About Nina: Nina … Continue reading

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The Witch of the Wood

The Witch of the Wood Professor Rudy Barnes attends a faculty in-service meeting and falls in love with one of the office staff members named April Orr. ¬†They have an explicit affair, and she turns out to be someone different … Continue reading

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