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Fashion and Fiction with Our Guests C.S. Boyack and Lisa Burton

The doorbell rang at the writing cabin, and Lisa Burton the robot girl answered. “Charles Yallowitz, what brings you out here?” She gave him a huge hug. “Hi, Lisa. I was talking to Craig about fashion in fiction and he … Continue reading

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Clothing Can Make the Hero and World

Clothing is very important to some authors and essential in various genres.  I’m really bad with clothing.  So, I’m probably not even close to an authority on this.  The picture above is what you normally think of for fantasy, which … Continue reading

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Invention of the Tie

A failure at the noose Tool of his chosen trade His victims always lived To meet a better knotsman   He pondered every night Ignorant of his mistakes Believing himself a genius And the masses merely fools   They did … Continue reading

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